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Outsiders, in current canon, seem The Mandalorian and baby Yoda Pulp Fiction shirt to view Mandalorian as an ethnicity. For instance, Sabine Wren is viewed as Mandalorian by the Ghost’s crew and various other non-Mandalorian characters. But she views Mandalorian through C canon-style Mandalorian eyes: if other Mandalorians don’t accept you as one of them, then you aren’t Mandalorian, by definition. You’re Aruetii: an outsider/traitor (the Mandalorian-focused Rebels episodes have some nice subtext whereby the Mandalorian-speaking characters sometimes phrase their Basic/English thoughts in ways that take on a different meaning of you imagine that they still think partially in.