Definition of ethnologic in English:

ethnologic

adjective

  • See ethnology

    • ‘The sequence variations that exist between different individuals have been very useful for anthropologic, ethnologic and forensic studies and are the basis of the hypothesis that human beings descend from a woman who lived in Africa around 250 000 years ago.’
    • ‘This seems the more important now, as within the last ten years an almost universal interest has been awakened in ethnologic research, and the desire for more knowledge in this regard is constantly increasing.’
    • ‘Ethnologic evidence kept in the Museum dates back to the second half of the 19th century, and to the first half of the 20th century.’

Pronunciation

ethnologic

/ˌeTHnəˈläjik/