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Microethnicity is a micronational term referring to creating a unique ethnicity according to one's micronation. It is often used by micronations to become unique and different than its micro- or macro- counterparts.

Common examples of microethnicity are unique currencies and languages . Other examples are different calenders and date recording systems, religions, and cuisine.

Most microethnicities are relatively small, numbering less than 100 people and are tied almost exclusively with geographic claim of their parent micronation.

The term was introduced in Slevania, the predecessor of the Narentian Federation.