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Euronesian
Total population
N/A
Regions with significant populations
Samoa, American Samoa, New Zealand, Australia and the United States, Polynesia, Melanesia, Micronesia, Pitcairn Islands.
Languages

English, Polynesian languages, others.

Religion

Protestantism, Roman Catholicism

Related ethnic groups

Māori, Fijians, other Polynesian peoples, English people, French people, Spaniards, Pākehā.

Euronesian refers to any person of mixed European and Polynesian,[1] Melanesian or Micronesian descent. It is most commonly used in Samoa. Most Euronesians are descended from British or French people and Polynesians, with some from Spaniards and Polynesians in Isla de Pascua and from Spaniards and Micronesians in Guam, Northern Marianas, Marshall Islands, Caroline Islands, and Palau.

References

  1. ^ Pacific Islands Year Book and Who's who. p. 84. http://books.google.com/books?id=Y-hyAAAAMAAJ&q.  

Wiktionary

Up to date as of January 15, 2010

Definition from Wiktionary, a free dictionary

English

Adjective

Euronesian (comparative more Euronesian, superlative most Euronesian)

Positive
Euronesian

Comparative
more Euronesian

Superlative
most Euronesian

  1. those of mixed European and Pacific Islander ancestry, regardless of continent of origin.

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