Definition of Ethnonyms

1. Noun. (plural of ethnonym) ¹



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Definition of Ethnonyms

1. ethnonym [n] - See also: ethnonym

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ethnonyms

ethnomethodologist
ethnomethodologists
ethnomethodology
ethnomimesis
ethnomimetic
ethnomusic
ethnomusicological
ethnomusicologies
ethnomusicologist
ethnomusicologists
ethnomusicology
ethnonationalism
ethnonym
ethnonymic
ethnonymous
ethnonyms (current term)
ethnopedology
ethnopharmacological
ethnopharmacologically
ethnopharmacologist
ethnopharmacologists
ethnopharmacology
ethnophaulic
ethnophaulisms
ethnophilia
ethnophilias
ethnophobia
ethnophobias
ethnopoetic

Literary usage of Ethnonyms

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1. Claiming the Forest: Punan Local Histories and Recent Developments in by Lars Kaskija (2002)
"The same is true for a number of ethnonyms used today. 'Dayak' has the meaning of 'towards the interior', or 'upstream' (Adelaar 1997), and the same applies ..."

2. Social Science Research and Conservation Management in the Interior of by G. Simon Devung, Cristina Eghenter, Bernard Sellato (2003)
"... degree of instability of ethno-linguistic entities through time, especially in recent decades. It appears difficult today to elicit clear ethnonyms and ..."

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