hybrid identity model terminology

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In a hybrid identity model, is there any specific terminology you use for accounts created in your local on-premises AD and synched to Azure, and those explicitly created in Azure AD itself?

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There's nothing specific, the ones created in AAD are usually referred to as cloud-only, the ones from AD as synchronized.