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Several names of the United States of America are in common use. Alternatives to the full name include the "United States" and "America", as well as the initialisms "U.S." and the "U.S.A."; colloquial names include "the States" and the "U.S. of A." It is generally accepted that the name "America" derives from the Italian explorer Amerigo Vespucci.
Americans, or American fowk, are the ceetizens o the Unitit States o Americae. The kintra is hame tae fowk o different naitional oreegins. As a result, Americans dae no equate thair nationality wi ethnicity, but wi citizenship.
Mar 17, 2023 · American (plural Americans) Any inhabitant of the Americas. A citizen or inhabitant of British North America. Synonym of American Indian or Native American, an indigenous inhabitant of the Americas. [from 16th c.] 1711, Joseph Addison, The Spectator, p. 56: The Americans believe that all creatures have souls.
American: [noun] an American Indian of North America or South America.
Feb 28, 2022 · From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. This category is for media relating to specific African Americans. Other items should be categorized in African American history. Please categorize specific images according to profession (For example, African American sportspeople or African American authors) instead of putting them in this ...