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Caucasian vs. Aryan

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Caucasianadjective

alternative case form of Caucasian

Aryannoun

One of a primitive people supposed to have lived in prehistoric times, in Central Asia, east of the Caspian Sea, and north of the Hindu Kush and Paropamisan Mountains, and to have been the stock from which sprang the Hindu, Persian, Greek, Latin, Celtic, Teutonic, Slavonic, and other races; one of that ethnological division of mankind called also Indo-European or Indo-Germanic.

Caucasiannoun

alternative case form of Caucasian

Aryannoun

The language of the original Aryans.

Caucasianadjective

Of or pertaining to the Caucasus, a mountainous region between the Black and Caspian seas.

Aryannoun

a non-Jewish caucasian of Nordic stock; - a classification used by Nazis, having no anthropological basis.

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Caucasianadjective

Of or pertaining to the white races of mankind, of whom the people about Mount Caucasus were formerly taken as the type.

Aryanadjective

Of or pertaining to the people called Aryans; Indo-European; Indo-Germanic; as, the Aryan stock, the Aryan languages.

Caucasiannoun

A native or inhabitant of the Caucasus, esp. a Circassian or Georgian.

Aryannoun

(according to Nazi doctrine) a Caucasian person of Nordic descent (and not a Jew)

Caucasiannoun

A member of any of the white races of mankind.

Aryannoun

a member of the prehistoric people who spoke Proto-Indo European

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Caucasiannoun

a member of the Caucasoid race

Aryanadjective

of or relating to the former Indo-European people;

‘Indo-European migrations’;

Caucasiannoun

a number of languages spoken in the Caucasus that have no known affiliations to languages spoken elsewhere

Aryan

Aryan or Arya (; Indo-Iranian *arya) is a term originally used as an ethnocultural self-designation by Indo-Iranians in ancient times, in contrast to the nearby outsiders known as 'non-Aryan' (*an-arya). In Ancient India, the term ā́rya was used by the Indo-Aryan speakers of the Vedic period as an endonym (self-designation) and in reference to a region known as Āryāvarta ('abode of the Aryas'), where the Indo-Aryan culture emerged.

Caucasianadjective

of or relating to the geographical region of Caucasia;

‘Caucasian languages’;

Caucasianadjective

of or belonging to a racial group having light skin coloration;

‘voting patterns within the white population’;

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