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- Miscegenation - New World Encyclopedia - "Miscegenation" comes from the Latin miscere, "to mix," and genus, "race" or "
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- miscegenation - Wiktionary - 1.1 Etymology; 1.2 Pronunciation; 1.3 Noun ... In scholarly use, miscegenation is
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- Miscegenation | Define Miscegenation at Dictionary.com - Miscegenation definition, marriage or cohabitation between two people of
different races, especially, in the U.S., between a black and a white person. See