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From endo-(inside) +‎ -onym(name).

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endonym ‎(plural endonyms)

  1. A name used by a group or category of people to refer to themselves or their language, as opposed to a name given to them by other groups. For example, Deutsche is the endonym of a people known in English as German and Mapuche is the endonym for the people referred to by outsiders as Araucanos.

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