Brazilians

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Brazilians
(Brasileiros)
Brasileiros (2).JPG
1st row: • Pedro II o Brazil • Duke o Caxias • Machado de Assis
2nt row  • Alberto Santos Dumont • Pelé • Ayrton Senna
3rd row • Gisele Bündchen • Sérgio Vieira de Mello • Alice Braga
Tot population
(c. 194,625,211 Brazilians (2012))
Regions wi signeeficant populations
 Brazil        202 million[1]
 Unitit States350,000[2]
 Japan210,552[2]
 Paraguay200,000[2]
 Fraunce150,000
 Unitit Kinrick120,000
 Spain115,761[2]
 Portugal105,220[2]
 Germany91,087[2]
 Belgium60,000[2]
  Swisserland57,500[2]
 Bolivie50,100[2]
 Australie45,300[2]
 Argentinae37,300[2]
 Canadae30,146[2]
 Uruguay30,135[2]
 Venezuela26,000[2]
 Netherlands20,426[2]
 Israel20,000[2]
Leids
Portuguese (99%)
Indigenous leids (0.2%)
German (Hunsrückisch, Pomeranie an Plautdietsch) (1.9%)
Releegion
Predominantly Roman Catholic (67%)
Protestantism (19%)
Nae releegious affiliation (9.8%)
Spiritism (1.3%)
Buddhism (0.4%)
Judaism (0.1%)
Islam (0.05%)
Afro-Brazilian releegions (0.3%)
Relatit ethnic groups
Portuguese • Italians • Laitin Americans • Africans • Indigenous fowks • Japanese • Brasiguayos • Ither Lusophone fowks • German • Ither Europeans

Brazilians (brasileiros in Portuguese, IPA: [bɾɐ̞ziˈlejɾus][3]) are aw fowk born in Brazil. A Brazilian can be a person born abroad tae a Brazilian parent or a foreigner livin in Brazil who applee'd for Brazilian citizenship an aw.

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  1. "Censo aponta 190,7 milhões de brasileiros em 2010". G1. Retrieved 29 November 2010.
  2. a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p · Estimativa de Brasileiros no Exterior - MRE. brasileirosnomundo.itamaraty.gov.br (2011-06-01). Retrieved on 2012-07-20.
  3. Some regional pronunciations include [bɾaziˈleɪ̯ɾʊs] in São Paulo an hintle o Soothren Brazil, an [bɾɐziˈleⁱɾuⁱʃ] in Rio de Janeiro.

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