In my world(s), there are many varieties of humans. We have what we would think of as normal humans of various races and colours. However, we also have other varieties of human, such as Satyrs and Fauns (ungulate legs and horns), Lamiae (a long snake-like tail instead of legs), Mermen (a cetacean or fish -like tail instead of legs, plus the more fish-like have gills), Lillim (with bat-like wings) and bird people (with bird-like wings), plus more.
Each of these races occurs in a number of different non-contiguous places, so they are not identifiable by their place of origin.
Each of these variants on humans have their own name, and can come with a variety of heritable skin colours similar to unmodified humans. However, what would all these humans and human variants call what we would consider 'unmodified' humans?
They can't call them 'unmodified', since no-one really knows which came first or which has the greater population, and the concept of having been modified doesn't exist.
We can't call them 'normal', since typical members of each group would not be considered to be disabled either internally or externally, only differently-abled when compared with a member of another group, each having advantages and disadvantages in any given situation.
We can't even call them 'human', since they are all human, and are effectively the same species, able to interbreed, though as some crosses may result in less-fit offspring which are still fertile, they could be more accurately called subspecies of Homo sapiens.
So, what do they call what we would call 'normal' humans?