meaning of aboriginal

aboriginal meaning in General Dictionary

An original inhabitant of any land one of several aborigines

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  • very first original indigenous ancient local while the aboriginal tribes of The united states
  • an indigenous individual who was born in a certain location
  • having existed right from the start; in an earliest or original phase or state
  • feature of or regarding individuals inhabiting a region from the beginning
  • First; initial; indigenous; primitive; indigenous; since, the aboriginal tribes of The united states.
  • Of or pertaining to aborigines; since, a Hindoo of aboriginal bloodstream.
  • an authentic inhabitant of any land; one of the aborigines.
  • an animal or a plant indigenous to the spot.

aboriginal meaning in Etymology Dictionary

1660s, "first, very first," especially in mention of inhabitants of places colonized by Europeans, from aborigines (see aborigine) + -al (1); particular Australian good sense is from 1820. The noun is attested from 1767. Relevant: Aboriginally.


aboriginal - German to English

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  • Aboriginal

aboriginal meaning in General Dictionary

(a.) First; original; native; primitive; local; since, the aboriginal tribes of America.

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  • (a.) Of or related to aborigines; since, a Hindoo of aboriginal blood.
  • (n.) A genuine inhabitant of any land; one of many aborigines.
  • (letter.) An animal or a plant native to the spot.

Sentence Examples with the word aboriginal

As in all other languages, so in those of aboriginal America, the sentence is the unit.

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