What is another word for South American?

Pronunciation: [sˈa͡ʊθ ɐmˈɛɹɪkən] (IPA)

South America is a diverse continent with unique cultures, traditions, and languages. Due to this diversity, there are many synonyms for the word "South American." Some alternative terms for this continent include Andean, Latin American, Amazonian, Hispano-American, and Southern Cone. Each term denotes a different aspect of South American culture. Andean refers to South American countries that share the Andes mountain range. Latin American is a broader term that encompasses all countries in Central and South America that have a shared Spanish or Portuguese language. Likewise, Amazonian refers to countries that share the dense rainforest ecosystem. Similarly, the terms Hispano-American and Southern Cone denote countries with shared linguistic or geographical characteristics.

What are the hypernyms for South american?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

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  • South America had been an island continent, far bigger and far more diverse than Australia, for tens of millions of years before the Isthmus of Panama rose just a couple of million years ago. The resulting flood of North American mammals across the new land bridge corresponds in time with the decimation of the native South American fauna. In fact, most large mammals generally considered distinctly South American... are all recent migrants from North America.
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