Meaning of the word

Amanás is a word of indigenous origin meaning “the one who walks aimlessly” or “wanderer”.

Origin of the word

The word “Amanás” originates in the Tupi-Guarani language, being a junction of the terms “Ama” (without) and “no” (direction).

Word adverbs

Adverbs related to the word “amanas” are: aimless, lost, disoriented.

Conjunctions of the word

There are no specific conjunctions related to the word “Amanás”.

Synonyms of the word

Some synonyms for “Amanás” are: wandering, tramp, nomad, pilgrim.

Word Definitions

  1. He who walks aimlessly;
  2. Walker;
  3. individual who does not have a fixed destination;
  4. disoriented person.

Phrases that the word applies

1. Amanás roamed the roads without a certain destination.

2. The wanderer lived like an amanas, without roots or commitments.

3. He felt lost and disoriented, like a true Amanás.

Examples of the word in text

Amanás wandered the city streets, not knowing where to go. He was a true wanderer, with no fixed destination.

Amanás’s life was marked by freedom and lack of commitments. He did not care about the future, only lived the present.

Rhymes with the word

1. Manas

2. Flat

3. Bananas

4. Canas

Anagrams with the word

1. Samaan

2. Asaman

3. Anasam

4. Masana

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