• WordNet 3.6
    • adj Trinidadian of or relating to the island of Trinidad "Trinidadian rum"
    • n Trinidadian inhabitant or native of Trinidad
    • ***


In news:

Black American Muslim designer Nzinga Knight, a native New Yorker of Trinidadian and Guyanese decent, gave one young girl a dream come true: a chance to walk during New York Fashion Week.
She was born in Canada in 1972 to an Indian father and a Trinidadian mother, and then moved to South Florida as a youngster.
The treatment an American customer will receive in a typical Trinidadian restaurant in Miami is quite similar to that on the island.
First the guy sparks a PR disaster by dancing/simulating sex with the underage daughter of a Trinidadian minister at a concert.
Teddy's Roti Shop Trinidadian .
New Trinidadian Roots Artist Jamelody Releases Debut Album Published February 13, 2008.
Achieving the title of Seattle's best Trinidadian restaurant admittedly isn't that tough, given the field of competitors.
Carroll is the Trinidadian born Florida Lt Governor.
JENNIFER CARROLL Carroll is the Trinidadian born Florida Lt Governor.
Nicki Minaj, Trinidadian-born American rapper, singer, songwriter and voice actress, performs at Roseland Ballroom on Tuesday, Aug 14, 2012 in New York.
Tune in to this week's "50 Years of People-Powered Radio" as we celebrate black history month with a 1972 recording of Afro-Trinidadian activist C.L.R.
Trinidadian history explains the extreme diversity of flavors on the menu at Trin-B'Ago.
Made from the first-pressed, purest extract of hand-harvested Trinidadian sugar cane—not molasses like others in its category—10 Cane elevates rum to a luxury spirit.
Trinidadian masquerader sported the colors of her country as part of the 3rd annual Miami Broward One Carnival, held recently at Sun Life Stadium.
The uninitiated, see, just don't get it: Trinidadian carnival music, they grouse, is too fast, too frenetic, too mashed-up with recycled directives: "Jump up".