What race do Brazilians belong to?

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Or south armericans in general. I

I found out there are 5 races,

1) Mongoloid
2) Caucasoid
3) Australoid
4) *****id
5) Capoid

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Even though those 5 categories were literally something used in the Victorian era
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latin american?
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*****id? What is this racist shizzle?
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Mostly Caucasian (Iberian, some migrating diaspora from other parts of Europe)

Some are *****'s due to slavery and some are creole indigenous.

Going with Mongoloid though for the lulz.
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I thought that anyone could have a brazillian

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They're Hispanic
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Lol why does it matter what they are.
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Too diverse a people for this to be answered succinctly.
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(Original post by lllllllllll)
They're Hispanic
No they're not. Hispanic refers specifically to the Spanish settlers of La Plata, Indus, Spanish Main and Meso-american areas, and it's more of a typonomy to differentiate between European Iberian's and the American ones.

Brazilians are by majority ethnically Portugese, so they're not Hispanic even if you want to be anachronistic towards onomastics, and still they're technically Caucasian, as are Iberian's.
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They are Brazilian?
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(Original post by Wilfred Little)
Too diverse a people for this to be answered succinctly.
What. No it's not! They're by a large majority still the familia descendants of Portugese families settled in Brazil and the Portugese Jesuits. Most of the indigenous areas are realtively newely Brazilian and still very insular. Slavery ethnographics don't make up that large of a population to shift this either.
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(Original post by AntisthenesDogger)
No they're not. Hispanic refers specifically to the Spanish settlers of La Plata, Indus, Spanish Main and Meso-american areas, and it's more of a typonomy to differentiate between European Iberian's and the American ones.

Brazilians are by majority ethnically Portugese, so they're not Hispanic even if you want to be anachronistic towards onomastics, and still they're technically Caucasian, as are Iberian's.
Why are Brazilians Caucasian?
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(Original post by lllllllllll)
Why are Brazilians Caucasian?
Portugese are Iberian (a small minority may be North-African Berber or even smaller actually Bedouin) and Brazil was entirely settled by Iberian Portugese settlers, monopoly companies and Jesuit missions. They either displaced what few natives lived in the areas or forced them further inwards.

Iberian people are Caucasian. That's why.
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A mixture. I swear it's one of the most racially diverse places on the planet.
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lmfao at mongoloid.
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The 400m sprint.
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