Le gentilé, ethnonyme ou nom ethnique, est le nom donné aux habitants d'un lieu géographique – ville, pays, continent, planète, etc. Il est le plus souvent dérivé morphologiquement du toponyme désignant ce lieu, mais peut parfois être entièrement différent.↑ Ces trois termes sont, selon le Larousse en ligne, synonymes.

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  • Le gentilé, ethnonyme ou nom ethnique, est le nom donné aux habitants d'un lieu géographique – ville, pays, continent, planète, etc. Il est le plus souvent dérivé morphologiquement du toponyme désignant ce lieu, mais peut parfois être entièrement différent.
  • Di seguito è presentato l'elenco in ordine alfabetico degli etnici nazionali.
  • The following is a partial list of adjectival forms of place names in English and their demonymic equivalents, which denote the people or the inhabitants of these places.Note: Demonyms are given in plural forms. Singular forms simply remove the final 's' or, in the case of -ese endings, are the same as the plural forms.The ending -men has feminine equivalent -women (e.g. an Irishman and a Scotswoman). The French terminations -ois / ais serve as both the singular and plural masculine; adding 'e' (-oise / aise) makes them singular feminine; 'es' (-oises / aises) makes them plural feminine. The Spanish termination "-o" usually denotes the masculine and is normally changed to feminine by replacing the "-o" with "-a". The plural forms are usually "-os" and "-as" respectively.Adjectives ending -ish can be used as collective demonyms (e.g. the English, the Cornish). So can those ending in -ch / -tch (e.g. the French, the Dutch) provided they are pronounced with a 'ch' sound (e.g., the adjective Czech does not qualify).Where an adjective is a link, the link is to the language or dialect of the same name. (Reference: Ethnologue, Languages of the World)Many place-name adjectives and many demonyms refer also to various other things, sometimes with and sometimes without one or more additional words. (Sometimes, the use of one or more additional words is optional.) Notable examples are cheeses, cat breeds, dog breeds, and horse breeds. (See List of words derived from toponyms.)
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  • Le gentilé, ethnonyme ou nom ethnique, est le nom donné aux habitants d'un lieu géographique – ville, pays, continent, planète, etc. Il est le plus souvent dérivé morphologiquement du toponyme désignant ce lieu, mais peut parfois être entièrement différent.↑ Ces trois termes sont, selon le Larousse en ligne, synonymes.
  • Di seguito è presentato l'elenco in ordine alfabetico degli etnici nazionali.
  • The following is a partial list of adjectival forms of place names in English and their demonymic equivalents, which denote the people or the inhabitants of these places.Note: Demonyms are given in plural forms. Singular forms simply remove the final 's' or, in the case of -ese endings, are the same as the plural forms.The ending -men has feminine equivalent -women (e.g. an Irishman and a Scotswoman).
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  • Liste de gentilés
  • Lista di etnici nazionali
  • List of adjectival and demonymic forms of place names
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