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Definition of european:

  1. A native or an inhabitant of Europe.

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Florentine, Norman, Gallic, English, Teutonic, Caucasian, Romanic, Russian, Portuguese, Frank, Estonian, Gaulish, Cornish, Monegasque, Flemish, Swedish, Albanian, Croatian, Irish, Frankish, Ionian, Hellenic, Western European, Galician, Muscovite, Italian, Irish Gaelic, Venetian, Bohemian, Balkan, Allemanic, classical, Anglo-Irish, Sicilian, Burgundian, Danish, Majorcan, British, Scots, Adriatic, Austro-Hungarian, Romance, Uralic, Czech, Illyrian, Romanian, Corsican, Alpine, Cretan, Germanic, Dutch, Eurafrican, French, Tuscan, Moldovian, Latvian, Old World, Armenian, Lappish, Prussian, Scotch, Nordic, Iberian, Athenian, Western, German, Magyar, Ruthenian, Yugoslavian, Aegean, Bavarian, Lombard, Hispanic, Gypsy, Icelandic, Slovak, Apennine, Spanish, Belgian, Serbian, Netherlandish, Spartan, Slav, Maltese, Eastern European, Breton, Anglo-Saxon, Ukranian, Corinthian, Roman, Basque, Scotsman, Sardinian, Tyrolese, Finnish, Neapolitan, Greek, Castilian, Hungarian, Polish, Thracian, Indo-European, Saxon, Scottish Gaelic, Bulgarian, Bosnian, Serbo-Croat, Peloponnesian, Kentish, Byelorussian, Navarrese, Eurocentric, Mycenean, Scandinavian, Low German, Scottish, Eurasian, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Lap, old country, Slovakian, Savoyard, Etruscan, Ulster, Baltic, Latin, Italic, Gothic, Andalusian, Romany, Alsatian, Welsh, Norwegian, Swiss, Slavic, Catalan, High German, Czechoslovakian.

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