\\ˈin(ˌ)dō\ noun (-s)
Usage: usually capitalized
Etymology: Dutch, short for Indo-Europeaan, from ind- ind- (I) + Europeaan European, from Latin europaeus European (adjective) + Dutch -aan -an (n. suffix) — more at european
: a native or inhabitant of Indonesia who has a Western education and is of mixed European usually Dutch and Indonesian descent

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