In Brazil, Pardo, also known popularly as Moreno, (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈpaʁdu] or [ˈpaɾdu]) is an ethnic/skin color category used by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) in the Brazilian censuses. The term "pardo" is a complex one, more commonly used to refer to Brazilians of mixed ethnic ancestries. Pardo Brazilians represent a wide range of skin colours and backgrounds. They are typically a mixture of Europeans, West Africans, Native Brazilian and/or South Asian.

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  • In Brazil, Pardo, also known popularly as Moreno, (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈpaʁdu] or [ˈpaɾdu]) is an ethnic/skin color category used by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) in the Brazilian censuses. The term "pardo" is a complex one, more commonly used to refer to Brazilians of mixed ethnic ancestries. Pardo Brazilians represent a wide range of skin colours and backgrounds. They are typically a mixture of Europeans, West Africans, Native Brazilian and/or South Asian. The other categories are branco ("white"), preto ("black"), amarelo ("yellow", meaning East Asians), and indígena ("indigene" or "indigenous person", meaning Amerindians). The term was and is still popular in Brazil. Pardo was also a casta classification used in Colonial Spanish America from the 16th to 19th centuries. The term pardo was used primarily in small areas of Spanish America whose economy was based on slavery during the Spanish colonization period. (en)
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  • In Brazil, Pardo, also known popularly as Moreno, (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈpaʁdu] or [ˈpaɾdu]) is an ethnic/skin color category used by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) in the Brazilian censuses. The term "pardo" is a complex one, more commonly used to refer to Brazilians of mixed ethnic ancestries. Pardo Brazilians represent a wide range of skin colours and backgrounds. They are typically a mixture of Europeans, West Africans, Native Brazilian and/or South Asian. (en)
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