aborigine

  1. the earliest known inhabitants of a region
  2. a dark-skinned member of a race of people living in Australia when Europeans arrived

Aborigine

A native human inhabitant of a country or geographic area. In North America, the Native North American Indian.

Aborigine

[n] - the earliest known inhabitants of a region 2. [n] - a dark-skinned member of a race of people living in Australia when Europeans arrived
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aborigine

Any indigenous inhabitant of a region or country. The word often refers to the original peoples of areas colonized by Europeans, and especially to Australian Aborigines. ...
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aborigine

autochthon noun the earliest known inhabitants of a region
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Aborigine

Aboriginal noun a dark-skinned member of a race of people living in Australia when Europeans arrived
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Aborigine

An aborigine is a member of an indigenous people or the earliest known inhabitants of a country. The term was first applied to the earliest inhabitants of Italy. In 1838 the Aborigines Protection Society was established in Britain.
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aborigine

Any indigenous inhabitant of a region or country. The word often refers to the original peoples of areas colonized by Europeans, and especially to Australian Aborigines
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