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For that reason, Brazil also holds Amerindian influences in its culture, mainly in its food and language.Brazilian Portuguese has hundreds of words of Indigenous American origin, mainly from the Old Tupi language.Similarly to American English and Canadian French, Brazilian Portuguese is more phonetically conservative or archaic than the language of the colonizing metropolis, maintaining several features that European Portuguese had before the 19th century.Also similarly to the American English, the Brazilian regional variation as well as the European one include a small number of words of Indigenous American and African origin, mainly restricted to placenames and fauna and flora.
In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, together with further waves of Portuguese colonization, Italians, Spaniards, Germans, Austrians, Levantine Arabs (Syrians and Lebanese), Armenians, Japanese, Chinese, Koreans, Greeks, Poles, Helvetians, Ukrainians and Russians settled in Brazil, playing an important role in its culture as it started to shape a multicultural and multiethnic society.
Typical northern foods include pato no tucupi, tacacá, caruru, vatapá, and maniçoba.
The Northeast is known for moqueca (a stew of seafood and palm oil), acarajé (a fritter made with white beans, onion and fried in palm oil (dendê), which is filled with dried shrimp and red pepper), caruru, and Quibebe.
Other snack foods include coxinhas, churrasco, sfiha, empanadas, and pine nuts (in Festa Junina).
Pão de queijo are typical in the state of Minas Gerais.
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Second row: African, pardo (cafuzo, mulato and caboclo, respectively) and Indigenous (Amerindian) Brazilians. The Indigenous inhabitants of Brazil had much contact with the colonists.