Definition of pan-Indianism in English:

pan-Indianism

noun

  • 1A policy, theory, or movement uniting all the peoples or languages of India, or examples of Indian culture worldwide; Indian nationalism.

  • 2The identification of many or all of the Indian peoples of the Americas with a collective culture or system of religious beliefs.

Origin

Early 20th century; earliest use found in American Anthropologist. From pan-Indian + -ism.

Pronunciation

pan-Indianism

/ˌpanˈɪndɪənɪz(ə)m/