an indigenous of Africa also one ethnologically belonging to an African competition
- Of or regarding Africa
- of or relating to the nations of Africa or their particular peoples
- a native or inhabitant of Africa
- Of or related to Africa.
- A native of Africa; in addition one ethnologically belonging to an African race.
Old English Africanas (plural), from Latin Africanus (adj.), from Africa (see Africa). Utilized of white residents of Africa from 1815. Pre-owned of black colored residents for the U.S. from belated 18c., with regards to particularly required "one brought from Africa" and often was compared to native-born Negro. As an adjective by 1560s, "pertaining to Africa or Africans" (Old English had Africanisc); from 1789 as "of or related to black colored Us americans."
(a.) Of or pertaining to Africa.
- (letter.) A native of Africa; also one ethnologically owned by an race.
The agitation with reference to African slavery threw the bulk of the Southern Presbyterians on the Old Side, which was further strengthened by the accession of the Associate Reformed.