Cajan

[ key-juhn ]
/ ˈkeɪ dʒən /

noun, plural Ca·jans, (especially collectively) Ca·jan for 2.

a member of a group of people living in parts of the South, especially Alabama, whose ancestry is a mixture of white, Black, and possibly Indian.

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Origin of Cajan

see origin at Cajun
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