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  • Aryan
    "Aryan" (/ˈɛəriən, ˈɛərjən, ˈær-/) is a term meaning "noble" which was used as a self-designation by Indo-Iranian people.
  • Kel Ajjer
    Kel Ajjer (also Kel Azjar, Kel Azjer) is a Tuareg confederation in western Libya and eastern Algeria.
  • Alacalufe people
    The Kawésqar or Kaweskar, also called Alacaluf or Halakwulup (meaning "mussel eater" in Yaghan), are a South American people who live in the Chilean Patagonia, specifically in the Brunswick Peninsula, and Wellington, Santa Inés, and Desolación islands of the western area of Tierra del Fuego.
  • Xionites
    Xionites, Chionites, or Chionitae (Middle Persian: Xiyon; Avestan: Xiiaona; Sogdian: Xwn; Pahlavi: Huna), or Hunni, Yun or Xūn (獯), were an Iranian-speaking people who were prominent in Transoxania and Bactria.
  • Urak Lawoi’ people
    Urak Lawoi (Malay: Orang Laut; Thai: อูรักลาโว้ย; rtgs: U-rak La-woi) are an Aboriginal Malay people residing on the islands of Phuket, Phi Phi, Jum, Lanta, Bulon and on Lipe and Adang, in the Adang Archipelago, off the western coast of Thailand.
  • Tiele people
    The Tiele (Chinese: 鐵勒; pinyin: Tiělè), also named Chile (Chinese: 敕勒), Gaoche (Chinese: 高車), or Tele (Chinese: 特勒), were a confederation of nine Turkic peoples living to the north of China and in Central Asia, emerging after the disintegration of the Xiongnu confederacy.
  • Bedouin
    (Not to be confused with Bedoon (ethnicity) or Baudouin of Belgium.)("Bedu" redirects here. For the village in Iran, see Biduiyeh, Sirjan.) The Bedouin (/ˈbɛdᵿ.ɪn/; Arabic: بَدَوِي badawī) are an Arab semi-nomadic ethnic group, descended from nomads who have historically inhabited the Arabian and Syrian deserts.
  • Fula people
    The Fula people or Fulani or Fulɓe (Fula: Fulɓe; French: Peul; Hausa: Fulani; Portuguese: Fula; Wolof: Pël; Bambara: Fulaw), numbering approximately 20 million people in total, are one of the most widely dispersed and culturally diverse of the peoples of Africa.
  • Karluks
    The Karluks (also Qarluqs, Qarluks, Karluqs, Old Turkic: , Qarluq, Persian: خَلُّخ (Khallokh), Arabic قارلوق "Qarluq") were a prominent nomadic Turkic tribal confederacy residing in the regions of Kara-Irtysh (Black Irtysh) and the Tarbagatai Mountains west of the Altay Mountains in Central Asia.
  • Proto-Indo-Europeans
    The Proto-Indo-Europeans were the speakers of the Proto-Indo-European language (PIE), a reconstructed prehistoric language of Eurasia.
  • Yenish people
    The Yenish, Yeniche (French spelling), or Jenische (German spelling), are the third-largest population of nomadic people all over Europe, living mostly in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Wallonia, Luxembourg, Belgium and parts of France.
  • Roxolani
    The Roxolani were a Sarmatian people, who are believed to be an offshoot of the Alans, although according to Strabo they were the most remote of Scythian peoples.
  • Vagrancy (people)
    A vagrant or a vagabond is a person, often in poverty, who wanders from place to place without a home or regular employment or income.
  • Nomadic pastoralism
    Nomadic pastoralism is a form of pastoralism when livestock are herded in order to find fresh pastures on which to graze.
  • Nawar (people)
    Nawar is an Arabic term for several sedentary communities used primarily in Syria, Lebanon, and Palestine.
  • Carny
    Carny, also spelled carnie, is an informal term used in North America for a Traveling carnival employee, and the language they use, particularly when the employee runs a game ("joint"), food stand ("grab" or "popper"), or ride at a carnival.
  • List of nomadic peoples
    This is a list of nomadic people arranged by economic specialization and region.