Meaning of zemi in English:

zemi

(also zeme, cemi, zemí)

Pronunciation /ˈziːmi/ /səˈmiː/

noun

historical
  • A god or ancestral spirit venerated by the Taino, an indigenous people formerly inhabiting the Caribbean; a representation of such a god or spirit, especially one taking the form of a carved triangular object of stone or shell.

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in Richard Eden (c1520–1576), translator. Originally (i) from post-classical Latin zemes (plural; accusative singular zemen);.