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words identifying specific cultures

The regular place structure is "x1 reflects foo culture/language/nationality in aspect x2". There are no exceptions.

  • African: {jvsv friko}
  • Albanian: {jvsv ckiptare}
  • Algerian: {jvsv jerxo}
  • American (United States): {jvsv merko}
  • Antarctican: {jvsv dzipo}
  • Arabic: {jvsv xrabo}
  • Argentinian: {jvsv gento}
  • Asiatic: {jvsv xazdo}
  • Australian: {jvsv sralo}
  • Basque: {jvsv skalduna}
  • Belarusan: {jvsv labru'o}
  • Bengali/Bangladeshi: {jvsv bengo}
  • Brazilian: {jvsv brazo}
  • Breton: {jvsv fasko'o}, {jvsv bre'one}
  • British (United Kingdom): {jvsv brito}
  • Buddhist: {jvsv budjo}
  • Canadian: {jvsv kadno}
  • Catalan: {jvsv katlana}
  • Celtic: {jvsv dzeko'o}
  • Chilean: {jvsv tci'ile}
  • Chinese: {jvsv jungo}
  • Christian: {jvsv xriso}
  • Cornish: {jvsv kernauke}
  • Czech: {jvsv tce'exo}
  • Egyptian: {jvsv misro}
  • English: {jvsv glico}
  • European: {jvsv ropno} (see also Indo-European)
  • French/Gallic: {jvsv fraso}
  • Gaelic: {jvsv skoto}, {jvsv gailge}
  • German/Germanic: {jvsv dotco}
  • Greek/Hellenic: {jvsv xelso}
  • Hebrew/Jewish/Israeli: {jvsv xebro}
  • Hindi: {jvsv xindo}
  • Hispano-American: {jvsv xispo}
  • Hungarian: {jvsv magjaro}
  • Indo-European: {jvsv xinjoiropno} (see note below)
  • Indonesian: {jvsv bindo}
  • Iraqi: {jvsv rakso}
  • Irish: {jvsv sicko'o}
  • Islamic: {jvsv muslo}
  • Italian: {jvsv talno} (experimental gismu)
  • Japanese: {jvsv ponjo}
  • Jehovist (Judeo-Christian-Moslem): {jvsv jegvo}
  • Jordanian: {jvsv jordo}
  • Latin/Romance: {jvsv latmo}
  • Lebanese: {jvsv lubno}
  • Libyan: {jvsv libjo}
  • Lojbanic: {jvsv lojbo}
  • Malay-Indonesian: {jvsv baxso}
  • Malaysian/Malay: {jvsv meljo}
  • Mexican: {jvsv mexno}
  • Moroccan: {jvsv morko}
  • Nordic (including Icelandic but not Finnish), North Germanic: {jvsv berdo'o}
  • North American: {jvsv bemro}
  • Pakistani/Pashto: {jvsv kisto}
  • Palestinian: {jvsv filso}
  • Polynesian/Oceanian: {jvsv polno}
  • Portuguese: {jvsv porto}
  • Russian empire/Soviet/ex-Soviet: {jvsv softo}
  • Russian: {jvsv rusko}
  • Sanskrit/Vedic: {jvsv srito}
  • Saudi: {jvsv sadjo}
  • Scottish: {jvsv sunko'o}
  • Semitic: {jvsv semto}
  • Slavic: {jvsv slovo}
  • Slovak: {jvsv slovako}
  • Slovene: {jvsv slovino}
  • South American: {jvsv ketco}
  • Spanish: {jvsv spano}
  • Syrian: {jvsv sirxo}
  • Taoist: {jvsv dadjo}
  • Ukrainian: {jvsv vukro}
  • Urdu: {jvsv xurdo}
  • Welsh: {jvsv kamro} (experimental gismu), {jvsv mraigo}
  • Yiddish: {jvsv brodo'o}
  • Yugoslav: {jvsv nanslovo}
  • Zimbabwean: {jvsv zimbabu}

Note on "Indo-European": the Lojbanic Wikipedia uses "xinjoiropno" in the context of the Indo-European language group. However, the gismu list entry for "ropno" claims to cover Indo-European languages.