|simpl. and trad.|
- The term 唐山 refers to the area that eventually came under the jurisdiction of the Tang Dynasty. 唐山人 refers to the people who come from that area.
唐山人 (traditional and simplified, POJ tn̂g-soaⁿ-lâng)
- (Taiwanese Min Nan) mainlander(s)
an old-fashioned term that was primarily used to describe non-Hoklo people from Mainland China, a large number of whom had emmigrated to Taiwan after 1949. This term later came to be replaced by gōa-séng-lâng (外省人).