ethno-

Related to ethno-: ethnically

ethno-

(word root) race, culture, people
Examples of words with the root ethno-: ethnography
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ethno-

pref.
Race; people: ethnohistorical.

[Greek, from ethnos, people; see s(w)e- in Indo-European roots.]
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ethno-

combining form
indicating race, people, or culture: ethnology.
[via French from Greek ethnos race]
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ethno-

a combining form meaning “culture,” “people,” “ethnic group”: ethnography.
[< Greek, comb. form of éthnos body of people]
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In an effort to distance himself from his predecessors, Abiy has permitted for- mer dissidents like Asaminew to return to the political spectrum while decriminal- ising parties like Ginbot7 and the ethno- nationalist Oromo Liberation Front (OLF).
According to another view, the rise of ethno- nationalism in Europe not only has a political background but also draws upon economic causes.
Whatever the reason/reasons may be, the rise of ethno- nationalism in Europe has directly impacted upon immigration, particularly Muslim immigration.
The potential of indigenous ethno- veterinary knowledge of high altitude populations in general and pastoralism in particular is unknown.
The showroom showcases the latest international trends in jewellery and traditional and ethno- contemporary designs to meet all the needs of jewellery lovers in Mysore.
In the next trilogy of essays, grouped under the title "Exorcising the Ancestors," Laudan Nooshin's essay "Ethnomusicology, Alterity, and Disciplinary Identity; or "Do We Still Need an Ethno-? Do We Still Need an-ology?" suggests that elimination of the term "ethno" would align ethnomusicologists somewhat closer with musicologists.
The ethno- nationalist movement joined by leftist middle class idealists from Punjab threatened to turn secessionist.
For example, the term `national identity' (contrasted with `civic identity' and `denizen identity') is reserved here for a specific type of individual macro-social identification in which the object/referent of social attachment is an ethno-nation, a culturally defined people.(2) Third, we exaggerate the contrasts, especially between (ethno-) national and civic identities, and ignore those cases where mixed identifications are declared.(3)
That we have to redefine our ethno- understanding is an understatement.
A variety of contributors discuss the relevance of ethnomusicology, and whether or not European musical genres have blended together to the point where the "ethno-" term should be banished altogether.
The pulse of a Malaysian university; ethno- and sociolinguistic issues and the TESOL dimension.