The term Spanish people, or Spaniards (Spanish: los españoles) has two distinct meanings: Traditionally, it applies to people native to any part of Spain. More recently, it has also come to have a legal meaning, referring to people who hold Spanish citizenship.
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... Country Population (% of country) Reference Criterion Spanish Mexican 80,000,000+ estimated 15–17% as Whites 70–80% as Mestizos ... Spanish Argentine 15,000,000 (50%) undefined Spanish Brazilian 15,000,000 (8.0%) estimate by Bruno Ayllón ... Spanish Cuban 10,050,849 (88.89%) Self-description as White, mulatto and mestizo Spanish Puerto Rican 3,064,862 (80.5%) Self-description as white 83,879 (2.1%) identified as Spaniard ...
... is host to one of the largest communities of Estonians abroad, with 8,232 people identifying as Estonian in the 2006 Australian Census ... share of Estonia's imported wine market, followed by Spanish wines ... Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs about the relation with Spain Spanish Ministry of Foreign Relations about the relation with Estonia (in Spanish only) Sri Lanka 01996-01-3131 January 1996 See Estonia ...
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