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.
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 predecedor of the Narentian Federation.
- Åvadú people - a microethnicity based primarily in the Shire Kingdom of al'Åvadú. The Åvadú People have their own language, mythology and church.
- Jadranskan people- Sucessor of the Izbiak people However The Jadranskan People have their own language,
- Batrani People-
- Monovish people-
- Mouzeliot - a microethnicity numbering over 1700 people, mostly of Greek origin
- Narentian People- once the dominant microethnicity in the Narentian Federation,currently its percentages are lowering.
- North Iryllian