Dutchman may refer to:

  • A Dutch person, an ethnic native to the Netherlands or a descendant
    • A derogatory term for an Afrikaner, an ethnic native to South Afrika or a descendant
  • A Pennsylvania Dutch, an immigrant from southwestern Germany and Switzerland who settled in Pennsylvania in the 17th and 18th centuries or a descendant

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