(Roget's IV) modif.
Syn. Continental, Old World, old country, EurAsian, EurAfrican, CaucAsian, Eurocentric, Indo-European, Western, Western European, Eastern European.
Terms associated with particular European areas include: Anglo-Saxon, British, English, Irish, Anglo-Irish, Irish Gaelic, Ulster, Scottish, Scots, Scotch, Scottish Gaelic, Welsh, Cornish, Kentish, French, Romanic, Romance, Breton, Norman, Corsican, Monegasque, Gallic, Provençal, Gaulish, Alsatian, German, Germanic, Dutch, Netherlandish, Belgian, Flemish, Low German, High German, Saxon, Bavarian, PRussian, Frank, Frankish, Burgundian, Allemanic, Gothic, Teutonic, Nordic, Scandinavian, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Icelandic, Swiss, Alpine, Greek, Hellenic, Athenian, Corinthian, Spartan, Peloponnesian, Mycenean, Cretan, Thracian, Illyrian, Ionian, Slovak, Slovakian, Ruthenian, Romanian, Bulgarian, Slav, Slavic, Macedonian, Aegean, Balkan, Adriatic, Albanian, Yugoslavian, Serbian, Croatian, Serbo-Croat, Bosnian, Austro-Hungarian, Hungarian, Magyar, Czechoslovakian, Czech, Bohemian, Russian, ByeloRussian, Polish, Baltic, Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Ukranian, Armenian, Moldovian, Muscovite, Uralic, Finnish, Lap, Lappish, Italian, Italic, Latin, Roman, Venetian, Etruscan, Lombard, Tuscan, Florentine, Neapolitan, Sicilian, Maltese, Sardinian, Tyrolese, Savoyard, Apennine, Spanish, Hispanic, Iberian, Portuguese, Catalan, Basque, Majorcan, Castilian, Navarrese, Andalusian, Galician, Romany, Gypsy; see also Anglo-Saxon , classical 2 , English , German , Greek , Irish , Italian , Roman , Russian , Scotsman , Scandinavian , Slavic , Spanish . n.
Syn. Continental, Eastern European, Western European, person from the old country, member of the EEC, member of the European Economic Community, white, CaucAsian, Anglo, Westerner.
Terms associated with Europeans from particular areas include: Englishman, Briton, Brit, Britisher; Scotsman, Scot, Highlander, Lowlander; Welshman; Irishman, Ulsterman, Son of Erin, person from the old sod*; Cornishman, Celt, Anglo-Saxon; Frenchman, Savoyard, Norman, Breton, Basque, Gascon; German, Teuton, PRussian, Bavarian, Saxon; Swiss; Dutchman, Netherlander, Hollander; Belgian, Fleming, Flemish, Walloon; Scandinavian, Norseman, Viking, Norlander, Dane, Norwegian, Swede, Icelander, Finn, Lapp; Italian, Roman, Sicilian, Corsican, Calabrese, Venetian, Florentine; Spaniard, Castilian, Catalan, Andalusian, Portuguese, Iberian; Maltese, Austrian, Hungarian, Czechoslovakian, Czech, Bohemian, Slovak, Slav, Monegasque, Russian, Pole, Lithuanian, Latvian, Estonian, Ukrainian, BelaRussian, White Russian, Yugoslav, Serb, Croat, Bulgar, Romanian, Balkan, Greek, Gypsy; see also European , modif., French 1 , German 2 , Greek 1 , Spaniard .

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