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 (ī-vôr′ē-ən) or I·voir·i·an (ē-vwär′ē-ən)
1. A native or inhabitant of Côte d'Ivoire.
2. A person of Ivorian ancestry.

I·vo′ri·an, I·voir′i·an adj.


(Peoples) a native or inhabitant of the Côte d'Ivoire
1. (Placename) of or relating to the Côte d'Ivoire or its inhabitants
2. (Peoples) of or relating to the Côte d'Ivoire or its inhabitants
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IOM, the UN Migration Agency, has published the first profiling report on returning Ivorian migrants with the aim to establish a demographic, social and economic profile of the Ivorians who embark on the central Mediterranean route towards Europe.
Although of Guinean origins [they wrote] we consider ourselves Ivorians for most of us were born in Cote d'Ivoire and have more than thirty years' existence [i.
The site is popular with both Ivorians and foreigners.
Evelyne Tall Daouda, Deputy Group CEO of Ecobank, said, "This head office building illustrates the firm commitment of the Ecobank Group to consolidate its position in Cote d'Ivoire, to contribute to the development of the Ivorian economy, to take part in the creation of wealth and tangible employment for young people, and to provide banking services for more and more Ivorians.
The economy is growing, and Ivorians are able to pursue their affairs in a peaceful environment.
A total of 22 kicks were needed to settle the 2015 title with the Ivorians missing their first two attempts.
In total, CAF dream team included a Tunisian, an Algerian, five Ivorians, two Ghanaians, one Cameroonian and one South African.
The result spelled misery for on-loan Celtic frontman Mubarak Wakaso and his Ghana team-mates but joy for Herve Renard, who became the first coach to win the cup with different countries after his success with Zambia in 2012 - when ironically they edged the Ivorians in a shoot-out.
Toure blasted home a missile-like shot after 21 minutes to give the Ivorians the lead but a handball allowed Dieumerci Mbokani to equalise from the penalty spot three minutes later.
Both films draw on historical narratives familiar to many Ivorians from an early age, part of Afrika Toon's determination, says Kouame, to "tell our own stories.
Lamouchi said Ivory Coast's medical team had been working hard on trying to get the African Footballer of the Year fit for when the Ivorians open their Group C campaign against Japan in Recife.
Later on it will be full of upper-crust Ivorians playing blackjack and roulette with Chinese engineers and Lebanese entrepreneurs (there are currently 130,000 Lebanese resident in Cote d'Ivoire).