The following is a list of contemporary ethnic groups.

There has been constant debate over the classification of ethnic groups. Membership of an ethnic group tends to be associated with shared cultural heritage, ancestry, history, homeland, language or dialect, the term culture specifically including aspects such as religion, mythology and ritual, cuisine, dressing style, etc. By the nature of the concept, ethnic groups tend to be divided into ethnic subgroups, which may themselves be or not be identified as independent ethnic groups depending on the source consulted.

Largest ethnic groups

The largest groups commonly identified as "ethnic groups" (as opposed to ethno-linguistic phyla, racial groups or similar).

Name Native Language (Primary Language) Primary Homeland Population (estimate) Subgroups Majority (Plurality) Religion & Sect
Albanians Indo-EuropeanAlbanian Albania, Kosovo 6.8 – 8 million Ghegs, Tosks, Arbëreshë Christianity, Sunni Islam
Arabs AfroasiaticSemiticArabic Arab world 420 – 450 million Bedouins IslamSunni Islam (93%)
Christianity (7%)
Armenians Indo-EuropeanArmenian Armenia 8 million Hemshin peoples ChristianityOriental Orthodoxy
Assyrians AfroasiaticSemiticAssyrian Neo-Aramaic Assyria 2 – 3.3 million ChristianitySyriac Christianity
Azerbaijanis TurkicOghuzAzerbaijani Azerbaijan 28 – 35 million Karapapaks, Afshar, Bayat, Baharlu, Shahsevan, Qaradaghis, Ayrums, Qizilbash IslamShia Islam
Balochis Indo-EuropeanIranianBalochi Balochistan
(Pakistan, Iran)
8.8 million IslamSunni Islam
Basques Basque Basque Country 2.4 million ChristianityRoman Catholicism
Bengalis Indo-EuropeanIndo-AryanBengali Bengal
(Bangladesh, India)
320 million IslamSunni Islam (66%)
Hinduism (32%)
Buddhism (1%)
Christianity (0.5%)
Berbers AfroasiaticBerber North Africa 30 million Maghrebis IslamSunni Islam
Bamars Sino-TibetanLolo-BurmeseBurmishBurmese Myanmar (Burma) 30 million BuddhismTheravada Buddhism
Biharis Indo-EuropeanIndo-AryanBihari languages India, Pakistan 103 million Hinduism,
Bosniaks Indo-EuropeanSlavicSouth SlavicBosnian Bosnia and Herzegovina 3 – 4.5 million IslamSunni Islam
Bulgarians Indo-EuropeanSlavicSouth SlavicBulgarian Bulgaria 7 – 8 million ChristianityEastern Orthodoxy
Catalans Indo-EuropeanRomanceCatalan Catalan Countries 8 – 10 million Valencians, Balearics ChristianityRoman Catholicism
Chuvash TurkicOghurChuvash Chuvashia 2 million ChristianityEastern Orthodoxy
Circassians Northwest CaucasianCircassian Circassia 4 – 8 million Adyghe, Cherkess, Kabarday, Shapsugs IslamSunni Islam
Congolese Niger–CongoKongo languagesKongo Republic of the Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo 10 million Christianity
Croats Indo-EuropeanSlavicSouth SlavicCroatian Croatia 7.5 – 8.5 million Italian Croats (Molise Croats) ChristianityRoman Catholicism
Czechs Indo-EuropeanSlavicWest SlavicCzech Czech Republic 10 – 12 million (ChristianityRoman Catholicism)
Danes Indo-EuropeanGermanicNorth GermanicDanish Denmark 6.9 million ChristianityLutheranism
Dutch Indo-EuropeanGermanicWest GermanicDutch Netherlands 29 million (ChristianityCalvinism)
English Indo-EuropeanGermanicWest GermanicEnglish England 100 million ChristianityAnglicanism
Estonians UralicFinnicEstonian Estonia 1 million (ChristianityLutheranism)
Faroese Indo-EuropeanGermanicNorth GermanicFaroese Faroe Islands 0.08 – 0.09 million ChristianityLutheranism
Finns UralicFinnicFinnish Finland 6.5 million ChristianityLutheranism
French Indo-EuropeanRomanceFrench France 106 million Occitans, Walloons ChristianityRoman Catholicism
Gagauz TurkicOghuzGagauz Gagauzia 0.2 million ChristianityEastern Orthodoxy
Galician Indo-EuropeanRomanceGalician Galicia 3 million ChristianityRoman Catholicism
Germans Indo-EuropeanGermanicWest GermanicGerman Germany 100 – 150 million Austrians, Bavarians, Franconians, Saxons, Swabians, Thuringians ChristianityRoman Catholicism, Lutheranism
Greeks Indo-EuropeanGreek Greece 14 – 17 million Griko people ChristianityEastern Orthodoxy
Georgians KartvelianGeorgian Georgia 5 – 7 million ChristianityEastern Orthodoxy
Gujaratis Indo-EuropeanIndo-AryanGujarati Gujarat 50 – 60 million Hinduism, Islam
Han Chinese Sino-TibetanSiniticChinese China, Taiwan 1,300 million Cantonese, Chuanqing, Fuzhouese, Min, Gan, Hakka, Hunanese, Hoklo, Shanghainese, Taishanese, Tanka (Fuzhou Tanka), Teochew Taoism, Chinese Buddhism, Confucianism
Hui Sino-TibetanSiniticChinese China 10 million IslamSunni Islam
Hungarians UralicUgricHungarian Hungary 13.1 – 14.7 million ChristianityRoman Catholicism
Icelanders Indo-EuropeanGermanicNorth GermanicIcelandic Iceland 0.45 million ChristianityLutheranism
Irish Indo-EuropeanCelticIrish
(Indo-EuropeanGermanicWest GermanicHiberno-English)
Ireland 70 – 80 million Irish Travellers ChristianityRoman Catholicism
Italians Indo-EuropeanRomanceItalian Italy 140 million ChristianityRoman Catholicism
Japanese JaponicJapanese Japan 130 million Buddhism, Shinto
Javanese AustronesianMalayo-PolynesianJavanese Java 105 million Cirebonese, Osing, Tenggerese, Boyanese, Samin, Banyumasan IslamSunni Islam , Hinduism
Jews AfroasiaticSemiticHebrew Israel 13 – 18 million Ashkenazim, Mizrahim, Sephardim, Teimanim, Kochinim, Etiopim, and more. Judaism
Lebanese AfroasiaticSemiticLebanese Arabic Lebanon 11 – 15 million Maronites, Druze, Sunni Islam and other Lebanese religions.
Macedonians Indo-EuropeanSlavicSouth SlavicMacedonian Macedonia 2.5 - 5 million ChristianityEastern Orthodoxy
Malayali people DravidianMalayalam India 40 - 60 million Hinduism, Islam
Kannada DravidianKannada India 37 – 55 million Hinduism
Kazakhs TurkicKipchakKazakh Kazakhstan 14 million IslamSunni Islam
Koreans KoreanicKorean Korea 82.5 million Buddhism, Christianity
Kurds Indo-EuropeanIranianKurdish Kurdistan 30 – 38 million Kurmanjis
Sorans
Zazas
Gorans
Southern Kurds
IslamSunni Islam
Kyrgyz TurkicKipchakKyrgyz Kyrgyzstan 4.5 million IslamSunni Islam
Malays AustronesianMalayo-PolynesianMalay Malay world 30 million Bruneians, Kedahans, Pattani, Berau IslamSunni Islam
Marathi Indo-EuropeanIndo-AryanMarathi India 87 million Hinduism
Norwegians Indo-EuropeanGermanicNorth GermanicNorwegian Norway 12 million ChristianityLutheranism
Laz KartvelianLaz Lazistan 0.2 – 1 million IslamSunni Islam, Christianity
Manchu AltaicTungusicManchu (Sino-TibetanSiniticChinese) China 10.4 million Manchu shamanismBuddhism
Mongols AltaicMongolian Mongolia, Inner Mongolia (China) 10 million BuddhismTibetan Buddhism
Pashtuns Indo-EuropeanIranianPashto Pakistan, Afghanistan 40 – 60 million IslamSunni Islam
Oromo AfroasiaticCushiticOromo Ethiopia, Kenya 35 – 45 million WaqafennaTraditional Oromo religion IslamSunni Islam ChristianCoptic Orthodox and Protestant
Persians Indo-EuropeanIranianPersian Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan 60 – 70 million Tajiks IslamShia Islam
Poles Indo-EuropeanSlavicWest SlavicPolish Poland 58 – 60 million ChristianityRoman Catholicism
Portuguese Indo-EuropeanRomancePortuguese Portugal 42 million ChristianityRoman Catholicism
Punjabis Indo-EuropeanIndo-AryanPunjabi Punjab
(Pakistan, India)
150 million
Dogras, Doabis, Hindkowans, Kangris, Majhis, Pothoharis, Saraikis IslamSunni Islam in Pakistan,
Hinduism and Sikhism in India
Romanians Indo-EuropeanRomanceRomanian Romania 24 million ChristianityEastern Orthodoxy
Romani People Indo-Aryan India, Europe, The Middle East 12 million Dom people, Lom people Christianity
Russians Indo-EuropeanSlavicEast SlavicRussian Russia 130 – 150 million ChristianityEastern Orthodoxy
Scottish Indo-EuropeanGermanicWest GermanicScots

Indo-EuropeanCelticScottish Gaelic

Indo-EuropeanGermanicWest GermanicScottish English

Scotland 28 – 40 million ChristianityChurch of Scotland
Serbs Indo-EuropeanSlavicSouth SlavicSerbian Serbia 10 – 12 million ChristianityEastern Orthodoxy
Sindhis Indo-EuropeanIndo-AryanSindhi Sindh (Pakistan),
India
42 million IslamSunni Islam (66%)
Hinduism (32%)
Buddhism (1%)
Christianity (0.1%)
Sinhalese Sinhalese language Sri Lanka 13 – 15 million Speakers of the Sinhala language that has endemic, indo-Aryan and European origins from the island of Sri Lanka. Theravada BuddhismRoman Catholicism
Slovaks Indo-EuropeanSlavicWest SlavicSlovak Slovakia 6 million ChristianityRoman Catholicism
Slovenes Indo-EuropeanSlavicSouth SlavicSlovene Slovenia 2.5 million ChristianityRoman Catholicism
Spaniards Indo-EuropeanRomanceSpanish Spain 47 million Andalusians, Aragoneses, Asturians, Castillians, Leonese ChristianityRoman Catholicism
Sundanese AustronesianMalayo-PolynesianSundanese Java 40 million IslamSunni Islam
Swedes Indo-EuropeanGermanicNorth GermanicSwedish Sweden 13.2 million ChristianityLutheranism
Tamils Proto-DravidianDravidianTamil India, Sri Lanka, Java, West Indies, Kenya 78 million Hinduism
Telugu DravidianTelugu India 90 million Hinduism
Thais Tai–KadaiThai Thailand 50 million Central Thai, Southern (Siamese, Tai Siam), Northern (Lanna), Isan people Buddhism
Tibetan Sino–TibetanTibeto-KanauriBodishTibetan Tibet (China) 6.2 million BuddhismTibetan Buddhism
Tuaregs AfroasiaticBerberTuareg Sahara 1.2 million IslamSunni Islam
Turks TurkicOghuzTurkish Turkey 66 – 83 million Manavs, Yörüks IslamSunni Islam
Turkmens TurkicOghuzTurkmen Turkmenistan 8 million IslamSunni Islam
Ukrainians Indo-EuropeanSlavicEast SlavicUkrainian Ukraine 38 – 40 million ChristianityEastern Orthodoxy
Uyghur TurkicKarlukUyghur Xinjiang (China) 10 million IslamSunni Islam
Vietnamese AustroasiaticVieticVietnamese Vietnam 84 million BuddhismMahayana
Volga Tatars TurkicKipchakTatar Tatarstan 6.8 million IslamSunni Islam
Welsh Indo-EuropeanCelticWelsh

Indo-EuropeanGermanicWest GermanicWelsh English

Wales 6-16.3 million ChristianityChurch in Wales, Presbyterian Church of Wales
Zhuang Tai KadaiTaiZhuang Guangxi (China) 16.9 million Moism

Lists of ethnic groups

by status

regional lists

See also

Notes

  1. Indian population includes the total populations (Census 2011) of Chandigarh and Punjab, 35% of Delhi and 38% of Haryana.

References

  1. Margaret Kleffner Nydell Understanding Arabs: A Guide For Modern Times, Intercultural Press, 2005, ISBN 1931930252 Buy this book, page xxiii, 14
  2. roughly 163 million in Bangladesh and 100 million in the Republic of India (CIA Factbook 2014 estimates, numbers subject to rapid population growth); about 3 million Bangladeshis in the Middle East, 1 million Bengalis in Pakistan, 0.4 million British Bangladeshi.
  3. "Berberism & Berber Political Movements".
  4. Including all population with Catalan heritage, language, culture.
  5. 37.6 million in the UK, between 25 and 49 million reporting "English ancestry" in the United States, 6.6 million reporting English "ethnic origin" in Canada, and between 7 million in Australia.
  6. Estimates range from anywhere between 66 to 106 million. The French language has an estimated 75 million native speakers. The CIA Factbook does not report any French ethnicity (considering it a nationality), giving the ethnic composition of France as "Celtic and Latin with Teutonic". [1]
  7. "Ethnic Groups of Europe: An Encyclopedia" by Jeffrey Cole (2011), p. 171; "Estimates of the total number of Germans in the world range from 100 million to 150 million, depending on how German is defined, ..."
  8. CIA Factbook (2014) estimates 55 million in India. SIL Ethnologue cites 46 million native speakers of Gujarati. About 1 million in Pakistan and 1 million in the USA.
  9. 1.24 billion (92% of total population) in the PRC (CIA Factbook 2014 est.), about 22 million in Taiwan, and an estimated 50 million Overseas Chinese
  10. The Irish were predominantly Gaelic-speaking until the 17th century, but significantly anglicized during the early modern period. Since the mid-19th century, the large majority of Irish have been native speakers of English.
  11. The Scottish Diaspora and Diaspora Strategy: Insights and Lessons from Ireland
  12. As a nation state, Italy was unified in the 19th century, combining ethnically diverse territories in the Italian peninsula, Sicily and Sardinia.
  13. Figures cited range anywhere between some 60 and 140 million, the latter figure including citizens of Brazil and the United States who identify as of partial Italian ancestry. The Italian language has some 60 million native speakers.[2]
  14. 127 million in Japan, about 2.5 million abroad.
  15. 102 million in Indonesia (CIA Factbook 2014 estimate); small numbers in Malaysia, Suriname and elsewhere.
  16. 50 million in South Korea, 25 million in North Korea, roughly 7 million in diaspora.
  17. 87 million in the Republic of India (CIA Factbook 2014 estimate), subject to rapid population growth.
  18. About 30 million in Pakistan and 12 million in Afghanistan; Penzl and Sloan, Pashto Grammar (2009) estimated a total number of Pashto speakers between 40 and 60 million. SIL Ethnologue in 2011 estimated an ethnic population of 49 million.
  19. About 38 million in Ethiopia, ~2 million in Kenya, roughly half a million in diaspora. Afan Oromo language has an estimated 45 million native speakers.
  20. 50 million in Iran, 8 million in Afghanistan, 2 million in Tajikistan, roughly 2 million in diaspora. The Persian language has an estimated 60 million native speakers.
  21. 37,5 - 38 million in Poland and 21 - 22 million ethnic Poles or people of ethnic Polish extraction elsewhere. "Polmap. Rozmieszczenie ludności pochodzenia polskiego (w mln)"
  22. Główny Urząd Statystyczny (January 2013). Ludność. Stan i struktura demograficzno-społeczna [Narodowy Spis Powszechny Ludności i Mieszkań 2011] (pdf) (in Polish). Główny Urząd Statystyczny. pp. 89–101. Retrieved 12 December 2014.
  23. Portuguese ethnicity is more clear-cut than Spanish ethnicity, but here also, the case is complicated by the Portuguese ancestry of populations in the former colonial empire. Portugal has 11 million nationals. The 42 million figure is due to a study estimating a total of an additional 31 million descendants from Portuguese grandparents; these people would be eligible for Portuguese citizenship under Portuguese nationality law (which grants citizenship to grandchildren of Portuguese nationals). Emigração: A diáspora dos portugueses (2009)
  24. 93.5 M in Pakistan, 44 M in the Republic of India, 10 M abroad (Punjabis).
  25. https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/pk.html
  26. http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/middle_east_and_asia/pakistan_ethnic_80.jpg
  27. http://nclm.nic.in/shared/linkimages/NCLM50thReport.pdf
  28. "Romanian". Ethnologue. Retrieved 13 November 2014.
  29. Estimates range between 130 and 150 million. 111 million in the Russian Federation (2010 census), about 16 million ethnic Russians in post-Soviet states (8 M in Ukraine, 4.5 M in Kazakhstan, 1 M in Belarus, 0.6 M Latvia, 0.6 M in Uzbekistan, 0.6 M in Kyrgyzstan. Up to 10 million Russian diaspora elsewhere (mostly Americas and Western Europe).
  30. The Scottish Diaspora
  31. roughly 35 million in Sindh and 2.8 million in the Republic of India (CIA Factbook 2014 estimates, numbers subject to rapid population growth); about 3 million Sindhis in the Middle East, 1 million Sindhis in USA, 0.4 million British Sindhi.
  32. There is no clear definition of Spanish ethnicity. In Spain, ethnic identity is divided into regional groups, and internationally, Spanish ethnicity is not clearly delineated from "Spanish ancestry" in the territories of the former colonial empire. There are 41 million Spanish nationals in Spain, and some 2 million living abroad. The total worldwide rounds to more than 47 million.
  33. 73 million in the Republic of India (CIA Factbook 2014 estimate, subject to rapid population growth), 2 million in Sri Lanka (CIA Factbook 2014 estimate), roughly 3 million in diaspora.
  34. 89 million in the Republic of India (CIA Factbook 2014 estimate), subject to rapid population growth.
  35. Ukrainians at the Joshua Project
  36. 80 million in Vietnam (CIA Factbook 2014 estimate), roughly 4 million in diaspora.
  • Levinson, David (1998), Ethnic Groups Worldwide: A Ready Reference Handbook, Greenwood Publishing Group, ISBN 978-1-57356-019-1 Buy this book

Lists of ethnic groups

العربية قائمة إثنيات العالم وأقوامه ▪ Azərbaycanca Dünya xalqlarının siyahısı ▪ Беларуская (тарашкевіца)‎ Сьпіс этнасаў паводле сем’яў і групаў ▪ Bosanski Spisak naroda svijeta ▪ Čeština Seznam etnických skupin ▪ Eesti Rahvaste ja hõimude loend ▪ Esperanto Listo de etnoj ▪ Français Liste alphabétique des ethnies du monde ▪ Хальмг Улсин буулһавр ▪ Հայերեն Ազգությունների, էթնիկական խմբերի և ենթախմբերի ցանկ ▪ Hrvatski Dodatak:Popis naroda ▪ Íslenska Listi yfir þjóðarbrot ▪ Italiano Lista di gruppi etnici ▪ Kurdî Lîsteya gelên cihanê ▪ Lëtzebuergesch Lëscht vun den Ethnien ▪ Bahasa Melayu Senarai Kelompok Etnik ▪ Nederlands Lijst van bevolkingsgroepen ▪ Português Lista de grupos étnicos ▪ Русский Список народов мира ▪ Seeltersk Lieste fon Minnerhaide ▪ Slovenščina Seznam ljudstev ▪ Srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски Lista naroda svijeta ▪ Suomi Luettelo etnisistä ryhmistä ▪ தமிழ் இனக்குழுக்களின் பட்டியல் ▪ Татарча/tatarça Дөнья халыклары исемлеге ▪ Українська Список етносів за абеткою ▪ Võro Rahvaq ja hõimuq ▪ 中文 民族列表

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