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An Aboriginal inhabitant, person, animal, or plant native to the region. Also aboriginal

It may well be doubted whether this frog is an aboriginal of these islands. - Darwin.

Of or pertaining to Australian Aboriginal peoples, Aborigines
Of or pertaining to Aboriginal peoples
An Aboriginal inhabitant of Australia, Aborigine
Any of the native languages spoken by Australian aborigines
Original or indigenous to a place

Green in the Church-yard, beautiful and green; / / And mantled o'er with aboriginal turf / And everlasting flowers.

Alternative capitalization of Aboriginal
primitive; unsophisticated
{a} first or primitive
having existed from the beginning; in an earliest or original stage or state; "aboriginal forests"; "primal eras before the appearance of life on earth"; "the forest primeval"; "primordial matter"; "primordial forms of life"
Aboriginal encompasses Indian, Inuit and Métis people living in Canada Close
refers to those people who reported identifying with at least one Aboriginal group, that is, North American Indian, Metis, or Inuit
a dark-skinned member of a race of people living in Australia when Europeans arrived
{i} member of any of the peoples who lived in Canada before the European settlers arrived; member of the dark-skinned people indigenous to Australia
Aboriginal encompasses Indian, Inuit and Métis people living in Canada Close
The term "Aboriginal" is appropriate when referring to matters that affect First Nations (Indian) and Métis peoples The word is most appropriately used as an adjective (e g , Aboriginal person)
native, indigenous
being or composed of people inhabiting a region from the beginning; "native Americans"; "the aboriginal peoples of Australia"
The term "Aboriginal" is appropriate when referring to matters that affect First Nations (Indian) and Métis peoples The word is most appropriately used as an adjective (e g , Aboriginal person)
An aboriginal inhabitant of Australia
An original inhabitant of any land; one of the aborigines
An animal or a plant native to the region
The aboriginal people or animals of a place are ones that have been there from the earliest known times or that were there before people or animals from other countries arrived. = native, indigenous. an aborigine
{s} of or pertaining to aborigines; original, first, native, indigenous
First; original; indigenous; primitive; native; as, the aboriginal tribes of America
Of or pertaining to aborigines; as, a Hindoo of aboriginal blood
Aboriginal means belonging or relating to the Australian Aborigines. Aboriginal art
An Aboriginal is an Australian Aborigine. He remained fascinated by the Aboriginals' tales. = Aborigine
Aboriginal American
A member or descendant of the first immigrants to North America
Aboriginal American
Of the original settlers of North America
Aboriginal Americans
plural form of Aboriginal American
aboriginal forests
forests that have existed in an area from the beginning
aboriginal sin
first sin of mankind committed by Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden
Australian Aboriginal
The group of languages comprising several language families and isolates native to Australia and a few nearby islands, but by convention excluding Tasmania
{n} first or primitive inhabitants
Australian Aboriginal
Any of the indigenous peoples of Australia and Tasmania that arrived 40,000-60,000 years ago. At one time there were as many as 500 language-named, territorially anchored groups (tribes) of indigenous Australians. They subsisted as hunters and gatherers. They formed groups along the male line (patrilineal descent), and their lives were centred around a watering place settled by the group's ancestors. The men were divided into lodges and were custodians of the mythology, ritual, sites, and symbols evoked in the Dreaming. The Aboriginal population, estimated to be 300,000-1,000,000 when European colonization began in the late 18th century, was devastated by introduced diseases and by the bloody 19th-century policy of "pacification by force." In 1996 they were estimated to number about 386,000. Most aspects of their traditional culture have been severely modified. All the Aboriginal peoples have had some contact with modern Australian society, and all are now Australian citizens
Australian Aboriginal languages
Group of perhaps 250 languages spoken by the one to two million native inhabitants of Australia before the beginning of European conquest in 1788. More than half are now extinct; of the remainder, only about 20, mostly in the North Territory and northern Western Australia, remain in active use by both adults and children. Most Australian languages belong to a single superfamily, Pama-Nyungan, and the remainder, a very diverse group of languages spoken in the Kimberley region of Western Australia and parts of the North Territory, may be remotely akin to Pama-Nyungan
from the beginning
plural of aboriginal