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The term Yankee (also Yank) has a number of possible meanings, but in almost all contexts, it refers to someone of American origin or heritage. Within the USA, its popular meaning has varied over time. Historically, the term usually refers to residents of New England, as used by Mark Twain in A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur' s Court. During and after the American Civil War, its popular meaning expanded to include any Northerner or resident of the Union, and included any resident of the Northeast (New England, Mid-Atlantic, and upper Great Lakes states). Over time, however, the term has since reverted to its 18th century geographic indication of New England, except when the speaker is from the South.



Outside the USA, " Yankee" is a slang term for an American. In certain Commonwealth countries, notably the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, " Yank" has been in common use since at least World War II, when millions of Americans were stationed in the UK. Depending on the country, " Yankee" may be considered mildly derogatory. Recent usage in Europe indicates that Australian tourists are sometimes called " New Yanks."

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