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List of contemporary ethnic groups



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  List of contemporary ethnic groups

List of contemporary ethnic groups

List of contemporary ethnic groups (W)

Ethnic groups

The groups commonly identified as "ethnic groups" (as opposed to ethno-linguistic phyla, national groups, racial groups or similar). Smaller groups (i.e. less than 100,000) are often indigenous peoples.

Name Native language (primary language) Primary homeland Population (millions; estimate) Subgroups Majority (plurality) religion and sect
Abazins Northwest CaucasianAbazgiAbaza Abazinia (Russia) 0.2 million Askharua, Tapanta IslamSunni Islam
Abkhazians Northwest CaucasianAbazgiAbkhaz Abkhazia (Georgia) 0.2 million Bzyb, Abzhui, Zamurzakan ChristianityEastern Orthodoxy
Acoli Nilo-SaharanNiloticLuoAcholi Acoliland (Uganda, South Sudan) 1.2 million Christianity
Afar AfroasiaticCushiticAfar Afaria (Ethiopia), Djibouti, Eritrea 2.3–4.2 million Islam
African Americans Indo-EuropeanGermanicEnglishAfrican-American English United States 40.9 million Gullah, Black Hebrew Israelites, Americo-Liberians, Black Nova Scotians (specifically descendants of Black Loyalists), Krio, Black Seminoles ChristianityProtestantism
Afrikaners Indo-EuropeanGermanicDutchAfrikaans South Africa (Northern Cape, Western Cape), Namibia 3.5 million Boers, Coloureds (including Cape Coloureds, Griqua, Basters, Oorlam, and Goffal) ChristianityProtestantism
Agaw AfroasiaticCushiticAgaw Agew Awi (Ethiopia) 0.9 million Bilen, Awi, Qemant ChristianityOriental Orthodoxy
Ahom Kra–DaiTaiAhom Assam (India) 3 million Hinduism
Akan Niger–CongoKwaPotou-TanoAkan Ghana, Ivory Coast 20 million Asante, Akuapem, Akyem, Wassa, Abron, Anyi, Baoulé, Sefwi, Nzema, Ahanta, Tchaman, Abbé, along with numerous slave descendants in Jamaica (including Afro-Costa Ricans) and Suriname (including Saramaka and Ndyuka) Christianity
Albanians Indo-EuropeanAlbanian Albania, Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro (Ulcinj and Gusinje), Kosovo 7–11.6 million Ghegs, Tosks, Kosovars, Cham Albanians, Arbëreshë, along with other significant populations in Turkey, Italy, Greece (including Arvanites), Germany, Switzerland and United States Islam
Ambundu Niger–CongoAtlantic–CongoBantuKimbundu Angola 4 million Angolares, along with numerous slave descendants in Brazil (including Pardo Brazilians) Christianity
Amhara AfroasiaticSemiticAmharic Amharia (Ethiopia) 30 million ChristianityOriental Orthodoxy
Anuak Nilo-SaharanNiloticLuoAnuak Anuakia (Ethiopia), Boma (South Sudan) 0.3 million Christianity
Apache Dené–YeniseianNa-DeneApachean United States (Yavapai-Apache Nation, Apache Nation) 0.1 million Chiricahua, Jicarilla, Lipan, Mescalero, Salinero, Plains Apache, Western Apache Native American religionNative American Church
Arabs AfroasiaticSemiticArabic Arabia (Yemen, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates) 450 million Bedouins, Druze, Bahrainis, Shirazi (including Zanzibaris), Iraqis (including Marsh Arabs), Jordanians, Kuwaitis, Lebanese (including Maronites), Omanis, Qataris, Saudis, Syrians (including Alawites), Emiratis, Yemenis (including Hadhrami), along with significant poulations in Brazil, Indonesia, Sudan, Chad, Iran, Turkey, India, Venezuela, and the United States Islam
Armenians Indo-EuropeanArmenian Armenia, Republic of Artsakh 7 million Hemshin, Cherkesogai, along with significant populations in Russia, United States, France, Georgia (including the Javakheti Armenians), Lebanon, and Germany Christianity
Aromanians Indo-EuropeanRomanceAromanian Southern Balkans 0.3 million significant populations in Greece, Albania, Macedonia, Romania, Bulgaria, and Serbia ChristianityEastern Orthodoxy
Assyrians AfroasiaticSemiticAssyrian Neo-Aramaic Assyria (Iraq, Iran, Syria, Turkey) 2–3.3 million Mandaeans, Iraqis (including Marsh Arabs), Syrians (including Alawites), Rûm, along with significant populations in the United States and Sweden Christianity
Austrians Indo-EuropeanGermanicAustro-Bavarian Austria 8-8.5 million South Tyroleans, along with significant populations in United States, Canada, and Australia ChristianityCatholicism
Avars Northeast CaucasianAvar–AndicAvar Avaristan (Russia) 1.5 million IslamSunni Islam
Aymara AymaranAymara Bolivia, Peru, Chile 1.8 million ChristianityCatholicism
Azerbaijanis TurkicOghuzAzerbaijani Azerbaijan, Iranian Azerbaijan (Iran) 28–35 million Qarapapaqs, Bayat, Shahsevan, Karadaghis, Ayrums, along with significant populations in Georgia and Russia IslamShia Islam
Balanta Niger–CongoAtlantic–CongoBakBalanta Guinea-Bissau, Senegal, and The Gambia 0.4 million Islam, Traditional African religions
Balinese AustronesianSunda–SulawesiBalinese Bali (Indonesia) 4.2 million HinduismBalinese Hinduism
Balkars TurkicKipchakKarachay-Balkar Kabardino-Balkaria (Russia) 0.1 million IslamSunni Islam
Balochis Indo-EuropeanIndo-IranianIranianBalochi Balochistan (Pakistan, Iran, Afghanistan) 10 million significant populations in the United Arab Emirates and Turkmenistan IslamSunni Islam
Balti Sino-TibetanTibeticLadakhi-BaltiBalti Gilgit-Baltistan (Pakistan) 0.5 million IslamShia Islam
Bamars Sino-TibetanLolo-BurmeseBurmishBurmese Myanmar 30 million Anglo-Burmese BuddhismTheravada Buddhism
Bambara Niger–CongoMandeMandingBambara Mali 2.7 million Haratin Islam
Banda Niger–CongoUbangianBanda Central African Republic, South Sudan, Democratic Republic of the Congo 1.3 million Christianity
Bari Nilo-SaharanEastern SudanicNiloticBari South Sudan, Uganda 1 million Pojulu, Kakwa, Nyangwara, Mandari, Kuku Christianity
Bariba Niger–CongoAtlantic–CongoSavannasBariba Borgu (Benin, Nigeria) 1.4 million Islam
Bassa Niger–CongoAtlantic–CongoKruBassa Bassaland (Liberia) 0.6 million ChristianityProtestantism
Bashkirs TurkicKipchakBashkir Bashkortostan (Russia) 2 million Islam
Basques Basque Basque Country (Spain, France) 2.4 million signiifcant populations in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Venezuela, and Uruguay ChristianityCatholicism
Beja AfroasiaticCushiticBeja Sudan, Egypt, Eritrea 1.2 million Bishari, Ababda, Hadendoa, Hedareb, Amarar, Beni-Amer IslamSunni Islam
Belarusians Indo-EuropeanSlavicBelarusian Belarus 9.5–10 million significant populations in the United States, Ukraine, and Russia ChristianityEastern Orthodox
Bembe Niger–CongoBantuLega–BinjaBembe Democratic Republic of the Congo, Tanzania 0.6 million Christianity, Traditional African religions
Bengalis Indo-EuropeanIndo-IranianIndo-AryanBengali Bangladesh, India (West Bengal, Tripura, Barak Valley) 300 million Sylhetis, Bangladeshis, along with significant populations in Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Malaysia, the United Kingdom, and the United States Islam, Hinduism
Berbers AfroasiaticBerber Maghreb (Algeria, Morocco, Tunisa, Libya, Mauritania, Western Sahara) 25–30 million –50 million Tuaregs, Kabyle, Chaoui, Arab-Berbers (including Algerians, Libyans, Moroccans, Sahrawi, Tunisians), along with significant populations in France (including Arabs in France), Belgium (including Moroccans in Belgium), and the Netherlands (including Moroccan-Dutch) IslamSunni Islam
Berta Nilo-SaharanBerta Benishangul-Gumuz Region (Ethiopia) 0.2 million Islam
Beti Niger–CongoAtlantic–CongoBantuBeti Cameroon, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea 3 million Fang, Ewondo, Eton, Bulu, Bebil, Bebele Christianity
Bissa Niger–CongoMandeBissa Burkina Faso 0.7 million Islam
Bodo Sino-TibetanSalBodo-GaroBodo Bodoland (India) 1.5 million Bathouism
Bosniaks Indo-EuropeanSlavicSerbo-CroatianBosnian Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sandžak (Serbia, Montenegro) 3–4.5 million significant populations in Serbia, Turkey, Austria, Germany and the United States IslamSunni Islam
Brahui DravidianBrahui Pakistan 2.4 million Islam
Bretons Indo-EuropeanCelticBrittonicBreton Brittany (France) 6–8 million ChristianityCatholicism
Bubi Niger–CongoAtlantic–CongoBantuBube Bioko (Equatorial Guinea) 0.1 million Fernandino Christianity, Traditional African religions
Bulgarians Indo-EuropeanSlavicBulgarian Bulgaria, Western Outlands (Serbia), Budjak (Ukraine) 9–11.3 million Pomaks, along with significant populations in Turkey, Ukraine and Moldova, Romania and Serbia, Germany, Spain and the United States ChristianityEastern Orthodoxy
Catalans Indo-EuropeanRomanceCatalan Catalan Countries (Spain, France) 8–10 million Valencians, Balearics, Andorrans ChristianityCatholicism
Chamorro AustronesianSunda-SulawesiChamorro Mariana Islands (United States) 0.2 million ChristianityCatholicism
Chechens Northeast CaucasianNakhVainakhChechen Chechnya (Russia) 1.5-2 million Kists IslamSunni Islam
Cherokee IroquoianCherokee United States (North Carolina, Tennessee) 0.3 million Cherokee Nation, Eastern Band, United Keetoowah Band Christianity
Chin Sino-TibetanKuki-Chin–NagaChin Chin State (Myanmar) 2.1 million Kukis, Thadou, Paite, Simte, Zou, Lamkang, Kom, Lushai, Hmar, Anal, Koireng, Zomi, Mizo Christianity
Choctaw MuskogeanChoctaw Choctaw Nation (United States) 0.2 million Native American religion
Chokwe Niger–CongoAtlantic–CongoBantuChokwe Angola, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zambia 1.3 million Christianity, Traditional African religions
Chutiya Sino-TibetanSalBodo-GaroDeori Assam (India) 2.5 million Deori Hinduism
Chuvash TurkicOghurChuvash Chuvashia (Russia) 2 million Virjal, Anatri ChristianityEastern Orthodoxy
Circassians Northwest CaucasianCircassian Circassia (Russia) 4–8 million Adygeans, Kabardians, Cherkess, Shapsugs IslamSunni Islam
Chewa Niger–CongoBantuNyasaChewa Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique 12 million Christianity, Traditional African religions
Cornish Indo-EuropeanCelticBrittonicCornish Cornwall (United Kingdom) 6–11 million significant populations in the United States and Australia Christianity
Corsicans Indo-EuropeanRomanceCorsican Corsica (France) 0.3 million Christianity
Cree AlgicAlgonquianCree Creeland (Canada), Montana 0.4 million Métis (including Métis in Canada), Oji-Cree Christianity
Croats Indo-EuropeanSlavicSerbo-CroatianCroatian Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina 7.5–8.5 million Bunjevci, Krashovani, Janjevci, Sokci, along with significant populations in Italy (including Molise Croats), Austria, United States, Chile, Argentina, Germany, Australia and Canada ChristianityCatholicism
Czechs Indo-EuropeanSlavicCzech Czech Republic 10–12 million Bohemians, Moravians, Silesians, along with significant populations in United States and Canada ChristianityCatholicism
Dagaaba Niger–CongoGurOti–VoltaDagaare Ghana, Burkina Faso 1 million Traditional African religions, Islam, Christianity
Danes Indo-EuropeanGermanicDanish Denmark 7 million significant populations in the United States, Canada, Greenland, and Germany. ChristianityProtestantism
Dargins Northeast CaucasianDarginDargwa Darginstan in Dagestan (Russia) 0.7 million Islam
Dinka Nilo-SaharanNiloticDinka Dinkaland (South Sudan) 5 million Christianity, Traditional African religions
Duala Niger–CongoBantuSawabantuDuala Littoral Region (Cameroon) 0.4 million Kole, Mboko, Kwe, Wovea, Subu, Mungo, Limba Christianity, Traditional African religions
Dutch Indo-EuropeanGermanicDutch Netherlands, Flanders (Belgium) 16–29 million Flemings, Arubans, Mennonites, Afro-Surinamese creoles, Dutch Indonesians, along with significant populations in the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand Christianity
Dyula Niger–CongoMandeMandingDyula Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Mali 2.2 million IslamSunni Islam
Efik Niger–CongoCross RiverIbibio-EfikEfik Cross River State (Nigeria) 0.6 million Christianity, Traditional African religionsEfik mythology
Egyptians AfroasiaticEgyptianCoptic Egypt 100 million Sa'idis, Copts IslamSunni Islam
English Indo-EuropeanGermanicAnglicEnglish England (United Kingdom) 100 million Australians, English Canadians, English Americans, Anglo-Burmese ChristianityProtestantism
Estonians UralicFinnicEstonian Estonia 1.2 million Võros, Setos ChristianityProtestantism
Ewe Niger–CongoGbeEwe Togo, Ghana 6.7 million Christianity
Fijians AustronesianOceanicCentral PacificFijian Fiji 0.6 million ChristianityProtestantism
Finns UralicFinnicFinnish Finland, Meänmaa (Sweden), Ingria (Russia) 6.5 million Kvens, Forest Finns, along with significant populations in Sweden (including Tornedalians), Russia, United States, and Canada. ChristianityProtestantism
Fon Niger–CongoGbeFon Dahomey (Benin) 4.1 million Saramaka, along with numerous slave descendants in Cuba (including Arará) and Haiti (including Louisiana Creoles) Traditional African religionsWest African Vodun
French Indo-EuropeanRomanceFrench France, Romandy (Switzerland), Wallonia-Brussels (Belgium), Aosta Valley (Italy) 100 million Walloons, Romands, Arpitans, Pieds-Noirs, Waldensians, Quebecers, Acadians (including Cajuns), Métis (including Métis in Canada), French West Indians, French Guianese, along with significant populations in the United States (including Louisiana Creoles), Madagascar, and Australia ChristianityCatholicism
Frisians Indo-EuropeanGermanicFrisian Frisia (Netherlands, Germany) 1.5 million West Frisians, East Frisians, North Frisians ChristianityProtestantism
Friulians Indo-EuropeanRomanceRhaeto-RomanceFriulian Friuli (Italy) 0.6 million ChristianityCatholicism
Fula Niger–CongoAtlantic-CongoSenegambianFula West Africa (Guinea, Senegal, Mali) 20-25 million Wodaabe, Haratin, Toucouleur Islam
Fur Nilo-SaharanDarfuranFur Darfur (Sudan) 1 million IslamSunni Islam
Ga-Adangbe Niger–CongoKwaGa-Dangme Greater Accra (Ghana) 2 million Ga, Adangbe Christianity
Gagauz TurkicOghuzGagauz Gagauzia (Moldova), Budjak (Ukraine) 0.2 million ChristianityEastern Orthodoxy
Galicians Indo-EuropeanRomanceGalician Galicia (Spain) 3.2 million ChristianityCatholicism
Ganda Niger–CongoAtlantic–CongoBantuGanda Buganda (Uganda) 6.3 million Abayudaya Christianity, Traditional African religions
Garifuna ArawakanIgneriGarifuna Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 0.6 million Black Caribs ChristianityCatholicism
Gbagyi Niger–CongoVolta–NigerNupoidGwari Nigeria 0.4 million Christianity, Islam, Traditional African religions
Georgians KartvelianGeorgian Georgia 5–7 million Adjarians, Mingrelians, Svans, Bats ChristianityEastern Orthodoxy

Germans Indo-EuropeanGermanicGerman Germany, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Alsace (France) 100–150 million Bavarians, Franconians, Hessians, Swabians, Alsatians, German Swiss, Liechtensteiners, Pomeranians, Volga Germans, Baltic Germans, Silesian Germans, Carpathian Germans, Danube Swabians, Transylvanian Saxons, Amish, Hutterites, Mennonites, along with significant populations in the United States, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Chile, Kazakhstan, Belgium, and Denmark. Christianity
Gorontaloan AustronesianGorontalo-MongondowGorontaloan Gorontalo (Indonesia) 1.9 million IslamSunni Islam
Greeks Indo-EuropeanGreek Greece, Cyprus 14–17 million Greek Cypriots, Pontic Greeks, Cappadocian Greeks, Sarakatsani, Urums, Griko, along with significant populations in Albania (including Northern Epirotes), Ukraine, Georgia, the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, Australia, and Canada ChristianityEastern Orthodoxy
Guaraní TupianTupi-GuaraniGuarani Paraguay, Misiones (Argentina), Bolivia (Gran Chaco, Luis Calvo, Cordillera, Germán Busch), Brazil 0.3-4.9 million Paraguayans, Chiriguanos ChristianityCatholicism
Gujarati Indo-EuropeanIndo-AryanGujarati Gujarat (India) 50–60 million Gujarati Americans, Zarabes Hinduism
Gumuz Nilo-SaharanKomuzGumuz Benishangul-Gumuz Region (Ethiopia) 0.2 million Traditional African religion
Gurage AfroasiaticSemiticGurage Guragia (Ethiopia) 3.6 million Christianity
Gurma Niger–CongoGurOti–VoltaGurma Gurmaland (Burkina Faso), Niger 3.3 million Islam
Gurunsi Niger–CongoGurGurunsi Burkina Faso, Ghana, Togo 0.9 million Kabye, Tem, Lamba, Nuna, Kassena Traditional African religions, IslamSunni Islam
Hadiya AfroasiaticCushiticHadiyya Ethiopia (Hadiya and Gurage Zones) 1 million Christianity
Hajongs Sino-TibetanSalBodo–GaroHajong India (Assam, Meghalaya, West Bengal), Bangladesh 0.2 million Hinduism
Han Sino-TibetanSiniticChinese China, Taiwan 1,300 million Cantonese (including Taishanese, Hongkongers, and Macanese), Chuanqing, Fujianese (including Fuzhounese, Hainanese, Hoklo, Hui'an maidens, Putianese, and Teochew), Gaoshan Han, Gan, Hakka (including Ngái), Hebei, Hunanese, Jianghuai, Shandong, Sichuanese, Tankas (including Fuzhou Tankas), Wu (including Shanghainese, Ningbonese, and Wenzhou), Han Taiwanese, Hui (including Dungan), along with significant populations in the United States, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Myanmar (including Panthays), Canada, the Philippines (including Sangley), Peru, Australia, Vietnam, Japan, Russia, France (including Chinois), the United Kingdom, South Africa, Italy, Germany, Korea, Spain, India, Laos, Brazil, the Netherlands, and Panama Chinese folk religion
Harari AfroasiaticSemiticEthiopianHarari Hararia (Ethiopia) 0.2 million Islam
Hausa AfroasiaticChadicHausa Hausaland (Niger, Nigeria) 50 million Islam
Hawaiians AustronesianPolynesianHawaiian Hawaii (United States) 0.5 million Christianity
Hazaras Indo-EuropeanIranianPersianHazaragi Afghanistan 7–8 million IslamShia Islam
Herero Niger–CongoAtlantic–CongoBantuHerero Hereroland (Namibia), Angola 0.3 million OvaHimba, Ovambanderu Christianity
Hmong Hmong–MienHmongicHmong China (Guizhou, Hunan, Yunnan, Sichuan, Guangxi, Hainan, Guangdong, Hubei), Vietnam, Laos, Thailand 14-15 million Miao, Hmong Americans Hmong folk religion
Huli Trans–New GuineaEnganHuli Southern Highlands Province (Papua New Guinea) 0.3 million Christianity
Hungarians UralicUgricHungarian Hungary, Székely Land (Romania), Felvidék (Slovakia) 13.1–14.7 million Jasz, Palóc, along with significant populations in Romania (including Székelys and Csangos), Slovakia, Serbia, Ukraine, Germany, the United States, and Canada ChristianityCatholicism
Hutu Niger–CongoAtlantic–CongoBantuRwanda-Rundi Rwanda, Burundi, Kivu (Democratic Republic of the Congo) 18.5 million Christianity
Ibibio Niger–CongoCross RiverIbibio-EfikIbibio Akwa Ibom State (Nigeria) 5 million Christianity
Icelanders Indo-EuropeanGermanicIcelandic Iceland 0.5 million ChristianityProtestantism
Igbo Niger–CongoIgboidIgbo Igboland (Nigeria) 34 million [[[African diaspora in the Americas|numerous slave descendants]] in Trinidad and Tobago (including Dougla) Christianity
Ijaw Niger–CongoIjaw Nigeria (Rivers, Bayelsa, and Delta States) 10 million Christianity
Ingushes Northeast CaucasianNakhVainakhIngush Ingushetia (Russia) 0.7 million IslamSunni Islam
Inuit Eskimo–AleutInuit Greenland (Denmark), Canada (Nunavut, Nunatsiavut, Nunavik, NunatuKavut), Alaska (United States) 0.2 million Greenlandic Inuit (including Kalaallit), Iñupiat, Inuktitut Christianity
Irish Indo-EuropeanCelticGoidelicIrish Ireland (Republic of Ireland, United Kingdom) 70–80 million Irish Travellers and significant populations in the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Argentina, Mexico and New Zealand ChristianityCatholicism
Iroquois Iroquoian Haudenosauneega (United States, Canada) 0.2 million Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca, Tuscarora Longhouse Religion
Italians Indo-EuropeanRomanceItalian Italy 60–140 million Sicilians, Waldensians, Argentines, along with significant populations in Brazil, the United States, Venezuela, Canada, France, Peru, Uruguay, Australia, Germany, Chile and the United Kingdom ChristianityCatholicism
Japanese JaponicJapanese Japan 133 million Kantō, Kansai, Hokkaido, Tōhoku, Hōnichi, Satsugū, Chūgoku, Echigo, Tōkai, Shinshuu, Hokuriku, Hachijō, Nikkei Shinto
Javanese AustronesianMalayo-PolynesianJavanese Java (Indonesia) 105 million Cirebonese, Osing, Tenggerese, Boyanese, Samin, Banyumasan, Javanese Malaysians IslamSunni Islam
Jews AfroasiaticSemiticCanaaniteHebrew Israel 17-20 million Ashkenazim, Sephardim, Mizrahim, Teimanim, Etiopim, Italkim, Romaniotes, Juhurim, Krymchaks, Bene Israel (see also Jewish ethnic divisions). Significant populations in the United States, France, Canada, the United Kingdom, Argentina, Russia, Germany, and Australia Judaism
Jingpo Sino-TibetanSalJingpho Kachin State (Myanmar), Yunnan (China) 1.1 million Animism
Jola Niger–CongoAtlantic-CongoBak-BijagoJola Jolaland (Senegal) 0.5 million Traditional African religions
Kalanga Niger–CongoAtlantic–CongoBantuKalanga Zimbabwe, Botswana 0.9 million Nambya Traditional African religion, Christianity
Kalenjin Nilo-SaharanNiloticNandi–Markweta Rift Valley Province (Kenya) 5 million Keiyo, Tugen, Marakwet, Nandi, Kipsigis, Sabaot, Pökoot, Sebei, Okiek Christianity
Kannadigas DravidianKannada Karnataka (India) 37–55 million Hinduism
Kanuri Nilo-SaharanSaharanKanuri Kanuriland (Nigeria), Niger, Chad, Cameroon 10 million Kanembu Islam
Karachays TurkicKipchakKarachay-Balkar Karachay-Cherkessia (Russia) 0.2 million IslamSunni Islam
Karakalpaks TurkicKipchakKarakalpak Karakalpakstan (Uzbekistan) 0.6 million IslamSunni Islam
Karen Sino-TibetanKaren Karen State (Myanmar), Thailand 7 million Karen, Pwo Karen BuddhismTheravada Buddhism
Karenni Sino-TibetanKarenni Kayah State (Myanmar) 0.2 million Kayan Animism, BuddhismTheravada Buddhism
Kashmiris Indo-EuropeanIndo-AryanDardicKashmiri Kashmir (India, Pakistan) 5.6 million Kashmiri Pandits, Kashmiris of Punjab IslamSunni Islam
Kashubians Indo-EuropeanSlavicPomeranianKashubian Kashubia (Poland) 0.6 million ChristianityCatholicism
Kazakhs TurkicKipchakKazakh Kazakhstan 17 million significant populations in China, and Russia IslamSunni Islam
Khas Indo-EuropeanIndo-IranianIndo-AryanNepali Nepal 12.9 million Chhetri, Bahun, Gurkha Hinduism
Khakas TurkicSiberian TurkicKhakas Khakassia (Russia) 0.1 million ChristianityEastern Orthodox
Khamti Kra–DaiTaiKhamti Myanmar, India 0.2 million BuddhismTheravada Buddhism
Khmer AustroasiaticKhmer Cambodia 15–17 million Cambodian Americans BuddhismTheravada Buddhism
Kikuyu Niger–CongoBantuNortheast BantuKikuyu Kenya 9.9 million Christianity
Komi UralicPermicKomi Komi Republic, Permyakia (Russia) 0.6 million Komi-Zyrians, Komi-Permyaks, Izhma Komi ChristianityEastern Orthodox
Konkani Indo-EuropeanIndo-IranianIndo-AryanKonkani Goa (India) 7.4 million Hinduism
Kongo Niger–CongoAtlantic–CongoBantuKongo Kongoland (Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Congo, Angola) 10 million Lari, Vili, Mayombe, Saramaka, along with numerous slave descendants in Cuba, Brazil (including Pardo Brazilians), the Dominican Republic, and in Trinidad and Tobago (including Dougla) Christianity, Traditional African religionsKongo religion
Konjo Niger–CongoAtlantic–CongoBantuKonjo Rwenzori Mountains (Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda) 1.5 million Nande Christianity
Koreans KoreanicKorean Korea 82.5 million significant populations in the United States, China, Russia, Japan, Canada, Australia, Vietnam, and the Philippines Buddhism, Christianity
Kumyks TurkicKypchakKumyk Kumykia (Russia) 0.5 million IslamSunni Islam
Kunama Nilo-SaharanKunama Eritrea, Ethiopia 0.3 million ChristianityOriental Orthodoxy
Kurds Indo-EuropeanIndo-IranianIranianKurdish Kurdistan (Turkey, Iran, Iraq, Syria) 30–38 million Kurmanjis, Sorans, Zazas, Yazidis, Shabak, along with significant populations in France and Germany. IslamSunni Islam
Kyrgyz TurkicKipchakKyrgyz Kyrgyzstan 4.5 million IslamSunni Islam
Laks Northeast CaucasianLak Lakia in Dagestan (Russia) 0.2 million IslamSunni Islam
Lango Nilo-SaharanNiloticLuoLango Uganda 1.8 million Christianity, Traditional African religions
Lao Kra–DaiTaiLao Laos 4 million BuddhismTheravada Buddhism
Latvians Indo-EuropeanBalticLatvian Latvia 1.5–1.6 million Latgalians, Kursenieki, Selonians ChristianityProtestantism
Laz KartvelianZanLaz Lazistan (Turkey, Georgia) 0.2–1 million IslamSunni Islam
Lega Niger–CongoBantuLega–BinjaLega Democratic Republic of the Congo 0.5 million Traditional African religions
Lezgins Northeast CaucasianLezgicLezgian Lezgistan (Russia, Azerbaijan) 1 million IslamSunni Islam
Lithuanians Indo-EuropeanBalticLithuanian Lithuania 3.7–4.1 million Samogitians, Aukstaitians, Lietuvninkai ChristianityCatholicism
Luba Niger–CongoAtlantic–CongoBantuLuban Lubaland (Democratic Republic of the Congo) 13 million Luba-Kasai, Luba-Katanga, Hemba, Songe Christianity, Traditional African religions
Luo Nilo-SaharanNiloticLuoLuo Kenya, Tanzania 7 million Christianity, Traditional African religions
Luxembourgers Indo-EuropeanGermanicHigh GermanLuxembourgish Luxembourg, Arelerland (Belgium) 0.5 million significant populations in Brazil, and United States ChristianityCatholicism
Lurs Indo-EuropeanIndo-IranianIranianLuri Iran 5 million IslamShia Islam
Maasai Nilo-SaharanNiloticEastern NiloticMaasai Maasailand (Tanzania, Kenya) 1.7 million Samburu Maasai faith
Macedonians Indo-EuropeanSlavicSouth SlavicMacedonian Republic of Macedonia 2.5 million Torbesh, Mijaks, along with significant populations in Australia and Greece ChristianityEastern Orthodox
Madi Nilo-SaharanCentral SudanicMoru–MadiMa'di Democratic Republic of the Congo, South Sudan, Uganda 0.4 million Christianity
Mafa AfroasiaticChadicBiu–MandaraMafa Cameroon 0.8 million Christianity
Makassarese AustronesianMakassaricMakassarese South Sulawesi (Indonesia) 3 million Sunni Islam
Malays AustronesianMalayo-PolynesianMalay Malay world (Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore, Indonesia) 30 million Kedahans, Pattani, Kelantanese, Terengganuans, Pahang, Perakians, Berau, Bruneians, Cape Malays IslamSunni Islam
Malayali DravidianMalayalam Kerala (India) 40–60 million significant populations in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait and Bahrain Hinduism
Maldivians Indo-EuropeanIndo-AryanMaldivian Maldives 0.4 million Mahls IslamSunni Islam
Maltese AfroasiaticSemiticArabicSiculo-ArabicMaltese Malta 0.7 million Gozitans ChristianityCatholicism
Manchu TungusicManchu Manchuria (China) 10.4 million Manchu shamanism, Buddhism
Mandinka Niger–CongoMandeManding Mali, The Gambia, Guinea, Senegal, Ivory Coast 13 million Cape Verdeans, along with [[[African diaspora in the Americas|numerous slave descendants]] in Trinidad and Tobago (including Dougla) Islam
Manx Indo-EuropeanCelticGaelicManx Isle of Man 0.1 million significant populations in Australia, United States, and Canada ChristianityProtestantism
Māori AustronesianPolynesianMāori New Zealand 0.9 million Cook Islanders Christianity
Mapuche AraucanianMapudungun Patagonia (Chile, Argentina) 1.7 million Huilliche Christianity
Marathi Indo-EuropeanIndo-IranianIndo-AryanMarathi Maharashtra (India) 87 million Mahar Hinduism
Mari UralicMari Mari El (Russia) 0.6 million Meadow Mari, Hill Mari ChristianityEastern Orthodox
Masa AfroasiaticChadicMasa Cameroon, Chad 0.5 million Christianity, Islam
Masalit Nilo-SaharanMabanMasalit Sudan, Chad 0.5 million IslamSunni Islam
Mayans Mayan Guatemala, Belize, Mexico (Yucatán, Campeche, Quintana Roo, Tabasco, Chiapas), Honduras, El Salvador 7 million Achi, Chuj, Ch'orti', Itza, K'iche', Q'eqchi', Xinca, Tektitek, Huastecan, Mopan, Lacandon, Chontal, Akatek, Jakaltek, Q'anjob'al, Tzeltal, Mocho', Tojolab'al, Mam, Ixil, Tzotzil, Poqomam, Yucatecan, Motozintlecos, Awakatek, Kaqchikel, Sakapultek, Sipakapense, Uspantek, Ch'ol, Tz'utujil, Hispanic Belizeans, Guatemalans ChristianityCatholicism, Maya religion
Mbaka Niger–CongoUbangianNgbakaMbaka Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo 0.3 million ChristianityCatholicism, Traditional African religions
Mende Niger–CongoMandeSouthwestern MandeMende Sierra Leone (Southern and Eastern Provinces) 1.9 million Islam
Merina AustronesianMalayo-PolynesianMalagasy Antananarivo Province (Madagascar) 5 million Christianity
Mijikenda Niger–CongoBantuSabakiMijikenda Coast Province (Kenya), Tanga Region (Tanzania) 2 million Chonyi, Giriama, Digo, Segeju Christianity
Minahasan AustronesianPhilippineMinahasan Minahassa Peninsula (Indonesia) 1.4 million ChristianityProtestantism
Minangkabau AustronesianMalayo-PolynesianMinangkabau Indonesia 8 million IslamSunni Islam
Mishing Sino-TibetanTaniMishing India (Assam, Arunachal Pradesh) 0.7 million Donyi-Polo
Miskito MisumalpanMiskito Mosquito Coast (Nicaragua, Honduras) 0.2 million ChristianityProtestantism, Animism
Mixtec Oto-MangueanMixtecanMixtec Mexico 0.9 million Trique, Cuicatecs ChristianityCatholicism
Mon AustroasiaticMonicMon Mon State (Myanmar) 1.1 million BuddhismTheravada Buddhism
Mongo Niger–CongoBantuBangi-NtombaMongol Democratic Republic of the Congo 12 million Iyaelima, Mbole, Mpama, Nkutu, Dengese, Tetela Christianity, Traditional African religions
Mongols Mongolic China (Inner Mongolia, Dzungaria), Mongolia, Russia (Buryatia, Kalmykia) 11 million Buryats, Oirats (including Kalmyks), Daur, Moghol, Hamnigan, Monguor, Yugur, Khatso, Santa, Bonan, Sart Kalmyks, Soyot, Sichuan Mongols, Sogwo Arig, Altai Uriankhai, Ordos, Kanja BuddhismTibetan Buddhism
Montenegrins Indo-EuropeanSlavicSerbo-CroatianMontenegrin Montenegro 0.6 million significant populations in Serbia, and United States ChristianityEastern Orthodoxy
Mordvins UralicMordvinic Mordovia (Russia) 0.8 million Erzyas, Mokshas, Teryukhans, Qaratays ChristianityEastern Orthodox
Mossi Niger–CongoGurOti–VoltaMossi Mossiland (Burkina Faso) 7.6 million Islam
Murut AustronesianSouthwest SabahanMurutic Murutia (Malaysia) 0.1 million Okolod, Keningau, Tagal, Paluan, Selungai, Timugon, Serudung, Sembakung, Tidong, Kalabakan, Bulungan, Bookan ChristianityCatholicism
Muscogee MuskogeanMuscogee Muscogee (Creek) Nation (United States) 0.1 million Coushatta, Alibamu, Hitchiti, Natchez, Seminole (including Black Seminoles), Yuchi, Shawnee, Creoles of color Native American religionCreek mythology
Naga Sino-TibetanKuki-Chin–Naga India (Nagaland, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam), Myanmar 4 million Angami, Ao, Chakhesang, Chang, Konyak, Lotha, Mao, Maram, Poumai, Rongmei, Sangtam, Sumi, Tangkhul, Tangsa, Zeliang Christianity
Nahuas Uto-AztecanNahuanNahuatl Mexico (Mexico City, State of Mexico, Morelos, Puebla, Tlaxcala, Hidalgo (state), Guerrero, San Luis Potosí, Veracruz) 2.5 million ChristianityCatholicism
Nama KhoeKhoekhoe Namaland (Namibia), South Africa 0.3 million Damara, Coloureds (including Cape Coloureds, Griqua, Basters, Oorlam, and Goffal) Christianity
Navajo Dené–YeniseianNa-DenéAthabaskanNavajo Navajo Nation (United States) 0.3 million ChristianityCatholicism
Ngalop Sino-TibetanTibeticDzongkha Bhutan 0.7 million Kheng, Bumthang BuddhismTibetan Buddhism
Nias AustronesianNorthwest SumatranNias Nias island (Indonesia) 1 million Christianity
Nogais TurkicCommon TurkicKipchakNogai Dagestan, Karachay-Cherkessia, Chechnya, Stavropol District, Astrakhan Oblast (Russia) 0.1 million Ak Nogai, Karagash IslamSunni Islam
Norwegians Indo-EuropeanGermanicNorwegian Norway 12 million significant populations in the United States, and Norwegian Canadians ChristianityProtestantism
Nubians Nilo-SaharanNubian Nubia (Egypt, Sudan) 2–15 million Hill Nubians Islam
Nuer Nilo-SaharanNiloticWestern NiloticNuer Nuerland (South Sudan) 5 million Traditional African religions
Nuristanis Indo-EuropeanIndo-IranianNuristani Nuristan (Afghanistan) 0.3 million IslamSunni Islam
Occitans Indo-EuropeanItalicRomanceOccitan Occitania (France, Italy, Spain) 16 million Aranese Christianity
Odia Indo-EuropeanIndo-IranianIndo-AryanOdia Odisha (India) 32 million ] Hinduism
Ojibwe AlgicAlgonquianOjibwe Anishinaabeland (Canada, United States) 0.2 million Oji-Cree, Odawa, Potawatomi, Mississaugas Midewiwin
Oromo AfroasiaticCushiticOromo Oromia (Ethiopia), Kenya 35–45 million Boran, Barentoo IslamSunni Islam
Ossetians Indo-EuropeanIndo-IranianIranianOssetian South Ossetia (Georgia), North Ossetia-Alania (Russia) 0.8 million Iron, Digor ChristianityEastern Orthodoxy
Otomi Oto-MangueanOtomianOtomi Mexico 0.7 million ChristianityCatholicism, Mesoamerican religion
Ovambo Niger–CongoAtlantic–CongoBantuOshiwambo Ovamboland (Namibia), Angola 1.6 million ChristianityProtestantism
Ovimbundu Niger–CongoAtlantic–CongoBantuUmbundu Angola 6 million Christianity
Pamiris Indo-EuropeanIndo-IranianIranianPamir Pamir Mountains (Tajikistan, Afghanistan, China) 0.3 million IslamShia Islam
Pa'O Sino-TibetanKarenicPa'O Myanmar 1.8 million BuddhismTheravada Buddhism
Pashtuns Indo-EuropeanIndo-IranianIranianPashto Pashtunistan (Afghanistan, Pakistan) 40–60 million Pashtun Americans IslamSunni Islam
Persians Indo-EuropeanIndo-IranianIranianPersian Iran 49 million IslamShia Islam
Poles Indo-EuropeanSlavicWest SlavicPolish Poland 58–60 million significant populations in the United States, Brazil, Germany, Canada, Iceland, Sweden, France, the United Kingdom, Argentina, Belarus, Russia, Australia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Ireland, and Norway ChristianityCatholicism

Portuguese Indo-EuropeanRomancePortuguese Portugal 42-125 million Azoreans, Madeirans, Brazilians, Cape Verdeans, Luso-Indians, Macanese, along with significant populations in the United States, Venezuela, France, Canada, South Africa, Angola, the United Kingdom, and Portuguese Luxembourger. ChristianityCatholicism
Punjabis Indo-EuropeanIndo-IranianIndo-AryanPunjabi East and West Punjab (Pakistan, India) 121 million Sikhs, along with significant populations in the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States. Islam
Purépecha Purépecha Michoacán (Mexico) 0.2 million ChristianityCatholicism
Qashqai TurkicOghuzQashqai Iran 1 million IslamShia Islam
Quechua Quechuan Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador 10 million ChristianityCatholicism
Rajbongshi Indo-EuropeanIndo-AryanRangpuri India (Assam, West Bengal) 3.8 million Hinduism
Rakhine Sino-TibetanTibeto-BurmanBurmishRakhinenese Rakhine State (Myanmar) 3.5 million BuddhismTheravada Buddhism
Rejangese AustronesianBidayuhRejang Rejang Lebong Regency (Indonesia) 1.2 million IslamSunni Islam
Rohingyas Indo-EuropeanIndo-AryanRohingya Rakhine State (Myanmar) 2.4 million Islam
Roma Indo-EuropeanIndo-IranianIndo-AryanRomani Europe (Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, Romania, Russia, Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, Finland, Norway, Sweden, the United Kingdom) 12 million Roma, Iberian Kale, Finnish Kale, Welsh Kale, Romanichal, Sinti, Manush, Romanisæl, Ashkali and Balkan Egyptians, Boyash, Lom, Dom, along with significant populations in Turkey, the United States, and Brazil. Christianity
Romanians Indo-EuropeanRomanceRomanian Romania, Moldova, Chernivtsi Oblast and Budjak (Ukraine) 24 million Moldovans, along with significant populations in Italy, Germany, Spain, Ukraine, the United Kingdom, and France. ChristianityEastern Orthodoxy
Russians Indo-EuropeanSlavicEast SlavicRussian Russia 130–150 million Cossacks, Pomors, Lipovans, along with significant populations in Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Germany, the United States, Uzbekistan, Israel, Brazil, Belarus, Canada, Latvia, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Estonia, Turkmenistan, France, Lithuania and Azerbaijan. ChristianityEastern Orthodoxy
Ryukyuans JaponicRyukyuan Ryukyu islands (Japan) 1.9 million Amami, Miyako, Yonaguni, Yoron, Ishigaki, Yaeyama, Kikai Ryukyuan religion
Rusyns Indo-EuropeanSlavicRusyn Carpathian Ruthenia (Ukraine, Slovakia, Poland) 0.1 million Pannonian Rusyns, Lemkos, Hutsuls, Boykos Christianity
Saho AfroasiaticCushiticSaho Eritrea 0.5 million Islam
Samoans AustronesianPolynesianSamoan Samoan Islands (Samoa, American Samoa) 0.6 million American Samoans Christianity
San Kx'a Southern Africa (Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, Angola) 0.1 million ǃKung, Coloureds (including Cape Coloureds, Griqua, Basters, Oorlam, and Goffal) Traditional African religionsSan religion
Sangirese AustronesianPhilippineSangiricSangirese Sangihe Islands (Indonesia) 0.6 million ChristianityProtestantism
Sami UralicFinno-UgricSami Sápmi (Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia) 0.1 million Inari Sami, Kildin Sami, Lule Sami, Northern Sami, Pite Sami, Skolt Sami, Southern Sami, Ter Sami, Ume Sami ChristianityProtestantism
Sara Nilo-SaharanCentral SudanicSara Chad, Central African Republic 3–4 million Traditional African religions
Sardinians Indo-EuropeanRomanceSardinian Sardinia (Italy) 1.7 million ChristianityCatholicism
Scottish Indo-EuropeanCelticGoidelicScottish Gaelic Scotland (United Kingdom) 28–40 million Ulster Scots, Orcadians, Shetlanders, Highlanders, along with significant populations in the United States (including Scotch-Irish Americans), Canada, Australia, and Argentina ChristianityProtestantism
Senufo Niger–CongoAtlantic–CongoSenufo Mali, Ivory Coast, Burkina Faso 3 million Nafana Traditional African religions
Serbs Indo-EuropeanSlavicSerbo-CroatianSerbian Serbia, Republika Srpska (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Montenegro 9.6–12.5 million Kosovo Serbs, Triestine Serbs, along with significant populations in Croatia, Germany, Austria, France, and Sweden ChristianityEastern Orthodoxy
Serer Niger–CongoAtlantic–CongoSenegambianSerer Senegal 1.8 million Noon, Laalaa, Ndut, Niominka, Palor, Saafi, Toucouleur Islam
Shan Kra–DaiTaiSouthwestern TaiShan Shan State (Myanmar) 4—6 million BuddhismTheravada Buddhism
Shilluk Nilo-SaharanNiloticLuo NiloticShilluk South Sudan 1.5 million ChristianityCatholicism
Shona Niger–CongoAtlantic–CongoBantuShona Mashonaland (Zimbabwe) 10.7–11.7 million Manyika, Ndau Christianity, Traditional African religions
Sidama AfroasiaticCushiticSidaama Sidamia (Ethiopia) 8.5 million Christianity
Silesian Indo-EuropeanSlavicLechiticSilesian Silesia (Poland), Czech Silesia (Czech Republic) 2 million Cieszyn Vlachs, Silesian Gorals ChristianityCatholicism
Siddi Niger–CongoBantuSwahiliSidi Pakistan (Baluchistan, Sindh), India (Karnataka, Gujarat, Hyderabad) 0.4 million Islam
Silt'e AfroasiaticSemiticEthiopian SemiticSilt'e Siltia (Ethiopia) 1 million Islam
Sindhis Indo-EuropeanIndo-IranianIndo-AryanSindhi Sindh (Pakistan) 40 million Indian Sindhis Islam
Sinhalese Indo-EuropeanIndo-AryanSinhalese Sri Lanka 16 million British Sri Lankans BuddhismTheravada Buddhism
Sioux SiouanSioux Lakota (United States) 0.2 million Lakota, Dakota, Nakoda, Assiniboine Native American religion
Slovaks Indo-EuropeanSlavicSlovak Slovakia 6 million significant populations in Czech Republic, Serbia, Hungary, United States and Canada ChristianityCatholicism
Slovenes Indo-EuropeanSlavicSouth SlavicSlovene Slovenia 2.5 million Carinthian Slovenes, Italy Slovenes ChristianityCatholicism
Soga Niger–CongoBantuGreat Lakes BantuSoga Busoga (Uganda) 2.1 million Christianity, Traditional African religions
Somalis AfroasiaticCushiticSomali Greater Somalia (Somalia, Ethiopia, Djibouti, Kenya) 16–20 million Hawiye, Darod, Isaaq, Dir, Rahanweyn, Madhiban, Yibir, along with significant populations in the United States, the United Kingdom, Sweden, and Canada Islam
Songhai Nilo-SaharanSonghai Mali, Niger 4.5 million Zarma Islam
Soninke Niger–CongoMandeSoninke Mali 1 million Haratin Islam
Sotho Niger–CongoBantuSotho-TswanaSotho Free State (South Africa), Lesotho 5.3–6.4 million Pedi Christianity, Traditional African religions
Spaniards Indo-EuropeanRomanceSpanish Spain 47 –500 million Castilians, Andalusians, Asturians, Leonese, Cantabrians, Aragonese, Extremadurans, Mirandese, Canary Islanders (including Isleños), Mexicans, Colombians, Argentines, Peruvians, Venezuelans, Chileans, Ecuadorians, Guatemalans, Cubans, Bolivians, Dominicans, Hondurans, Paraguayans, Salvadorans, Nicaraguans, Costa Ricans, Panamanians, Uruguayans, Hispanic Belizeans, Fernandino along with significant populations in France, Brazil, and the United States (including Hispanic and Latino Americans, Californios, Tejanos, Hispanos of New Mexico, and Puerto Ricans) ChristianityCatholicism
Sundanese AustronesianMalayo-PolynesianSundanese Java 40 million Bantenese, Baduy, Cirebonese IslamSunni Islam
Sukuma Niger–CongoBantuSukuma Tanzania 5.5 million Christianity, Traditional African religions
Swahili Niger–CongoBantuSabakiSwahili Swahili coast (Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, Comoros) 0.5 -1.8 million Shirazi (including Zanzibaris) Islam
Swazi Niger–CongoBantuNguniSwazi Mpumalanga (South Africa), Swaziland 2.4 million Christianity, Traditional African religions
Swedes Indo-EuropeanGermanicNorth GermanicSwedish Sweden 14.2 Million Scanians, Jamtish, Gutnish, along with significant populations in Finland (including Åland Swedes), the United States, Canada, Argentina and the United Kingdom ChristianityProtestantism
Tabasaran Northeast CaucasianSamurTabasaranese Tabasaranstan (Russia) 0.2 million IslamSunni Islam
Tagalogs AustronesianPhilippineTagalog Philippines 30 million Filipino Americans ChristianityCatholicism
Tahitians AustronesianPolynesianTahitian Tahiti (France) 0.2 million Christianity
Tajiks Indo-EuropeanIndo-IranianIranianTajik Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan 18–27 million IslamSunni Islam
Tama Nilo-SaharanEastern SudanicTamanTama Chad, Sudan 0.3 million Islam
Tamils DravidianTamil Tamil Nadu (India), Sri Lanka (Northern and Eastern Provinces) 78 million Indian Tamils, Sri Lankan Tamils, along with significant populations in Malaysia, South Africa, the United States, Singapore, Canada, the United Kingdom, and France (including Malbars). Hinduism
Tatars TurkicKipchakTatar Tatarstan (Russia), Crimea 6.8 million Volga Tatars, Crimean Tatars, Lipka Tatars, Siberian Tatars, Mishar Tatars, Finnish Tatars, Dobruja Tatars, Chinese Tatars, Nagaybak, Kryashens IslamSunni Islam
Telugu DravidianTelugu India (Andhra Pradesh, Telangana) 90 million Hinduism
Temne Niger–CongoAtlantic–CongoMelTemne Sierra Leone 2.2 million Islam
Thais Kra–DaiThai Thailand 59 million Southern, Khorat, Lanna, Isans, Tai Lü, Thai Americans Buddhism
Tibetans Sino-TibetanTibeto-KanauriBodishTibetic Tibet (China) 6.2 million BuddhismTibetan Buddhism
Tigrayans AfroasiaticSemiticTigrinya Eritrea, Tigrayia (Ethiopia) 9 million ChristianityOriental Orthodoxy
Tigre AfroasiaticSemiticEthiopicTigre Eritrea 1.8 million Islam
Tiv Niger–CongoAtlantic-CongoTivoidTiv Nigeria 7 million Christianity
Tiwa Sino-TibetanSalBodo-GaroTiwa India (Assam, Meghalaya) 0.2 million Hinduism
Toraja AustronesianSunda–SulawesiToraja Indonesia (North Toraja Regency, Sulawesi) 1.1 million Christianity
Toubou Nilo-SaharanSaharanTebu Toubouland (Chad, Niger, Sudan, Libya) 0.7 million Daza, Teda IslamSunni Islam
Tsonga Niger–CongoBantuTswa-RongaTsonga Mozambique, South Africa 6 million Traditional African religions
Tswana Niger–CongoBantuSotho-TswanaTswana South Tswanaland (South Africa), Botswana 6 million Balete, Mangwato, Bangwaketse, Rolong Christianity
Turkana Nilo-SaharanNiloticEastern NiloticTurkana Turkanaland (Kenya) 1 million ChristianityCatholicism
Turks TurkicOghuzTurkish Turkey, Northern Cyprus 63–72 million Turkish Cypriots, Meskhetian Turks, Yörüks, along with significant populations in Bulgaria, Greece, Macedonia, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Austria, Belgium, Sweden, the United States, Syria, and Iraq IslamSunni Islam
Turkmens TurkicOghuzTurkmen Turkmenistan 6 million IslamSunni Islam
Tutsi Niger–CongoAtlantic–CongoBantuRwanda-Rundi Rwanda, Burundi, Kivu (Democratic Republic of the Congo) 3 million Banyamulenge Christianity, Islam
Tuvans TurkicSiberianTuvan Tuva (Russia) 0.3 million Tozhu Tuvans, Todzhans Tuvans BuddhismTibetan Buddhism
Twa Niger–CongoAtlantic–CongoBantuRwanda-Rundi Rwanda, Burundi, Kivu (Democratic Republic of the Congo) 0.1 million Traditional African religions
Udmurts UralicPermicUdmurt Udmurtia (Russia) 0.6 million Besermyan ChristianityEastern Orthodox
Ukrainians Indo-EuropeanSlavicEast SlavicUkrainian Ukraine 38–59 million Boykos, Hutsul, Poleshuks, Cossacks, along with significant populations in the United States, Brazil, Kazakhstan, Argentina, Germany, Italy, the Czech Republic, and Romania ChristianityEastern Orthodox
Uyghurs TurkicKarlukUyghur Uyghuristan (China) 10 million Uyghurs in Kazakhstan IslamSunni Islam
Uzbeks TurkicKarlukUzbek Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan 25 million Uzbeks in Russia IslamSunni Islam
Venda Niger–CongoAtlantic–CongoBantuTshivenda Vendaland (South Africa) 1 million Christianity, Traditional African religions
Vietnamese AustroasiaticVieticVietnamese Vietnam 84 million significant populations in the United States, Cambodia, France, Australia, Canada, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Germany and Laos BuddhismMahayana, Vietnamese folk religion
Wa AustroasiaticPalaungicWaicWa Wa State (Myanmar) 1.2 million Buddhism, Animism
Welayta AfroasiaticOmoticOmetoWolayitta Wolayitia (Ethiopia) 2 million Christianity
Welsh Indo-EuropeanCelticBrittonicWelsh Wales (United Kingdom) 6–16.3 million significant populations in Argentina, the United States, Canada, and Australia. ChristianityProtestantism
Wolof Niger–CongoAtlantic–CongoSenegambianWolof Senegambia (Senegal, The Gambia) 6.2 million Haratin, along with numerous slave descendants in the Americas IslamSunni Islam
Xhosa Niger–CongoBantuNguniXhosa Xhosaland (South Africa) 8 million Christianity, Traditional African religions
Yakuts TurkicSiberian TurkicYakut Yakutia (Russia) 0.5 million ChristianityEastern Orthodox
Yoruba Niger–CongoVolta-NigerEdekiriYoruba Yorubaland (Nigeria, Benin) 43 million Egun, Ijesha, Egba, Yewa, Igbomina, Awori, Akoko, Okun, Ana, Ekiti, Ilaje, Oku, along with numerous slave descendants in Cuba (including Lucumí), and Brazil (including Pardo Brazilians) Christianity, Islam
Zaghawa Nilo-SaharanSaharanZaghawa Chad 0.4 million IslamSunni Islam
Zande Niger–CongoZande Democratic Republic of the Congo, Central African Republic, South Sudan 1.1 million Christianity
Zapotec Oto-MangueanZapotecan Oaxaca (Mexico) 1.1 million ChristianityCatholicism
Zhuang Kra–DaiTaiZhuang Zhuangia (China) 18 million Moism
Zulu Niger–CongoBantuNguniZulu KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa) 10–11 million Northern Ndebele Christianity, Traditional African religions

 








 

 

 


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