|of Indiana (USA), resident of Indiana (USA)||Indianan|
|(Informal) resident of Oklahoma (USA); worker from Oklahoma (USA); native of Okinawa (island southwest of Japan) (derogatory)||Okie|
|about ancient Persia, about modern Iran, Farsi, from Persia (former name of modern-day Iran), language of ancient Persians, people of ancient Persia, Persian cat, resident of citizen of Persia; native of Persia; Persian language (also known as Farsi), ...||Persian|
|Acadian French, French Canadian living in Maritimes, pertaining to Acadia (former French colony in southeastern Canada), resident of Acadia (former French colony in southeastern Canada), somebody from Acadia||Acadian|
|advocate of European union, of European origin, of or pertaining to Europe, of the European Union, one of European origin, resident of Europe, somebody from Europe||European|
|Akkadian dialect, of or pertaining to Assyria, resident of Assyria, somebody from Assyria||Assyrian|
|alienate, extraterrestrial, extraterrestrial being, foreigner, person living in a nation where he or she is not a citizen; stranger, outsider; extra-terrestrial, creature from outer space, inconsistent with something, non-citizen resident of country, n...||alien|
|aloof or superior, enormous, Greek deity, like Greek deity, of Olympia, Olympic athlete, relating to Mount Olympus, resident of Olympia; Olympian god; one who competes in the Olympic Games, somebody from Olympia, suitable or typical of the Greek gods i...||Olympian|
|American mutual insurance company headquartered in Indiana, provider of health insurance and healthcare management services||Anthem|
|American; resident of the northern United States of America, code word for letter "Y", somebody from a northern state, somebody from New England, somebody from United States||Yankee|
|any of a number of flightless birds which are native to New Zealand; large edible berry of the Chinese gooseberry; resident of New Zealand (Informal), Chinese vine with edible fruit, flightless bird of New Zealand, kiwi fruit, relating to New Zealand, ...||kiwi|
|Arabic dialect of Iraq, of or pertaining to Iraq, of Iraqi origin, resident of Iraq, one of Iraqi origin, somebody from Iraq||Iraqi|
|Argentine, of Argentina, of Argentina (country in South America), resident of Argentina (country in South America), somebody from Argentina||Argentinean|
|at the address of; something written on a package or letter when the intended recipient is not the official resident||c/o (care of)|
|Australian English, of Aboriginal languages of Australia, of or pertaining to Australia; of a person who comes from Australia, resident of Australia, somebody from Australia||Australian|
|Bahasa Indonesia, of or pertaining to Indonesia or its inhabitants, resident of Indonesia, citizen of Indonesia; language spoken in Indonesia, somebody from Indonesia||Indonesian|
|Bangla, Indic language, pertaining to the former Indian province of Bengal, resident of the former Indian province of Bengal, somebody from Bangladesh or West Bengal||Bengali|
|be capable of being moved, move somebody to another place, relocate plant, removal from one place and introduction to another (organ, refugee, etc.), transfer, relocation, remove from one place and introduce into another (organ, person, resident from e...||transplant|
|Belarusian, language spoken in Belorussia (country located in eastern Europe); resident or citizen of Belorussia, from Belorussia (country located in eastern Europe)||Belorussian|
|Belgian dialect of French, dialect spoken in the southern part of Belgium and France, French-speaking Belgian, of or related to Walloons, of or related to French-speaking inhabitants of Belgium, resident of the southern part of Belgium and France, see ...||Walloon|
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