Anglo-Celt is a cluster that includes people of British and Irish descent. The term is a combination of "Anglo-", meaning English and/or British, derived from the "Angles", a Germanic people that settled in Britain (mainly England) in the middle of the first millennium, and "Celt", which refers to the people of Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Cornwall, the Celtic nations of the British and Irish Isles.
Peoples within this cluster:
Anglo-Australian; Anglo-Canadian; Anglo-New Zealander; Belize Creole; British; Channel Islanders; Irish Gaelic; Irish, English Speaking; Manx; Scots, Gaelic; Scottish Traveller; Scottish, British; Shelta; St. Helenian; Ulster Irish; Ulster Scot; Welsh
Countries where they are found:
Angola; Argentina; Australia; Bangladesh; Barbados; Belize; Botswana; British Virgin Islands; Brunei; Canada; Cayman Islands; Chile; Cocos (Keeling) Islands; Colombia; Czechia; Eswatini; Falkland Islands; Fiji; Germany; Gibraltar; Grenada; Guernsey; Guyana; Hungary; India; Ireland; Isle of Man; Jamaica; Jersey; Kenya; Lesotho; Luxembourg; Malawi; Malaysia; Malta; Monaco; Namibia; Nepal; New Zealand; Norfolk Island; Pakistan; Papua New Guinea; Peru; Romania; Saint Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha; Saint Lucia; Seychelles; Singapore; South Africa; Sri Lanka; Sweden; Tanzania; Thailand; Trinidad and Tobago; Uganda; United Kingdom; United States; Venezuela; Zambia; Zimbabwe
Unreached people groups:
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