What is Argentinian?

  • (noun): A native or inhabitant of Argentina.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Argentinian

Argentines (argentinos in Spanish), also called Argentinians or Argentineans, are the citizens of Argentina, or their descendants abroad. Argentina is a multiethnic society, which means that it is home to people of many different ethnic backgrounds. As a result, Argentines do not consider their nationality as an ethnicity but as a citizenship with various ethnicities. Aside from the indigenous population, nearly all Argentines or their ancestors immigrated within the past five centuries. In fact, Argentina was the second country in the world that received the most immigrants, with 6.6 millions, second only to the USA with 27 millions, and ahead of countries such as Canada, Brazil, Australia, etc.

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Gary Medel - Club Career - Boca Juniors
... Cruz in a match where he also saw his first red card in Argentinian soil ... In March 2010, he scored a brace in the Argentinian Superclásico against fierce rivals River Plate, leading Boca to a very important win in that tournament (2–0), in a time when they were submerged in a ... at the time to be the new Boca coach after obtaining the Argentinian championship title with Argentinos Juniors ...
San Francisco Pass - Location
... / 26.87639°S 68.30139°W / -26.87639 -68.30139 and connects the Argentinian province of Catamarca with the Atacama Region in Chile ... In the Argentinian side, route N 60 ascends from Fiambala at 1,505 m (4,938 ft) AMSL in a deep valley formed by 5,000-metre (16,000 ft) mountains ... side the route CH-31 connects Copiapó with the Chile-Argentinian border ...
Anarchism In Argentina - Early Years
... The first Argentinian anarchist groups appeared in the 1870s ... A section of the First International was founded in the Argentinian capital of Buenos Aires in either 1871 or 1872, but at first it was explicitly part of neither the International's anarchist nor its Marxist ... During this time the Argentinian anarchist movement was split over the question of organization ...
Ghost Force (novel) - Plot Summary
... They persuade the Argentinians to co-ordinate a military invasion of the islands citing the Argentinian sovereignty over them ... The Russians also send a submarine called the Viper to assist the Argentinians ... Unlike the previous war over the islands which the British had won, the Argentinians destroy the advancing British navy and claim the islands for their ...
Brook - People
... metallurgist) Adolfo Brook (born 1932) Argentinian pediatrician and professor at La Plata University Benjamin Brook (1776–1848), English nonconformist minister and religious historian ... Faith Brook (born 1922), English actress Federico Brook (born 1933), Argentinian sculptor Holly Brook (born 1986), American singer and songwriter Jayne Brook (born 1962 ...

More definitions of "Argentinian":

  • (adj): Of or relating to or characteristic of Argentina or its people.
    Example: "Argentinian tango"
    Synonyms: Argentine