of, relating to, or typical of :
original or earliest known; native; indigenous:
the aboriginal people of Tahiti.
(initial capital letter) (def 2).
Spence is the leader of an aboriginal community called Attawapiskat in northern Ontario.
The Hunger Strike Diet: You Don’t Lose Weight AND You Accomplish Your Goal! David Frum January 23, 2013
The day just gets more upsetting when we hear about aboriginal rights in Canada.
Our Trip to The Climate War’s Ground Zero Darren Aronofsky September 18, 2014
Prince Philip, known for his gaffes about aboriginal Australians and the “slitty-eyed” Chinese, is a sideshow unto himself.
Prince Not-So-Charming? Tracy Quan January 11, 2009
aboriginal leaders argue that the pool of victims is still larger, and even includes men and at least one family.
Highway of Vanishing Women Christine Pelisek July 9, 2011
A 15-year-old girl leading the burning chanted for sovereignty: “Always was, always will be aboriginal land.”
Aussie P.M. Narrowly Escapes Protest, Leaves Shoe Behind Sam Bungey January 27, 2012
The caste usually bury the dead with the feet to the north, like the Gonds and other aboriginal tribes.
The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India R. V. Russell
What is the aboriginal Self, on which a universal reliance may be grounded?
Essays, First Series Ralph Waldo Emerson
This is the way the red men go about to induce the aboriginal maids to listen to their suit.
Indian Boyhood [AKA Ohiyesa], Charles A. Eastman
Every vestige of aboriginal architecture has disappeared from the surface of the city.
Aztec Land Maturin M. Ballou
Traces and traditions of this aboriginal race are found in all parts of the world, and in sacred as well as profane history.
Rambles in the Islands of Corsica and Sardinia Thomas Forester
existing in a place from the earliest known period; indigenous; autochthonous
of, relating to, or characteristic of the indigenous peoples of Australia
another word for an Australian Aborigine
1660s, “first, earliest,” especially in reference to inhabitants of lands colonized by Europeans, from aborigines (see aborigine) + -al (1); specific Australian sense is from 1820. The noun is attested from 1767. Related: Aboriginally.
noun objects from Aboriginal culture used as decorations, esp when they produce a distorted, sentimental view of Aborigines and Aboriginal history
of, relating to, or typical of : aboriginal customs. original or earliest known; native; indigenous: the aboriginal people of Tahiti. (def 1). (initial capital letter) (def 2). Historical Examples Hence, they may be taken in the order of their outward and visible signs of aboriginality. Man and His Migrations R. G. (Robert Gordon) Latham This […]
one of the original or earliest known inhabitants of a country or region. (initial capital letter). Also, Aboriginal. Also called Australian Aborigine. a member of the people who were the earliest inhabitants of Australia. aborigines, the original, native fauna or flora of a region. Historical Examples I remember also the first time I ever saw […]
in birth; before being carried out: The scheme died aborning. being born; coming into being, fruition, realization, etc.: A new era of architecture is aborning. Historical Examples And green things died and shriveled, aborning: The desert was dotted with dead cattle. Still Jim Honor Willsie Morrow adverb (US) while being born, developed, or realized (esp […]