Noun(1) an indigenous person who was born in a particular place(2) a person born in a particular place or country(3) indigenous plants and animals
Adjective(1) characteristic of or existing by virtue of geographic origin(2) belonging to one by birth(3) characteristic of or relating to people inhabiting a region from the beginning(4) as found in nature in the elemental form
(1) It is reported from several localities on the Faroes, such as Suduroy, where it occurs with mesolite and native copper.(2) The harshness of both their native Sahara and their recent history comes through in the raw, hypnotic rhythms and guitar licks that are the backbone of their deep-desert blues rock.(3) His wife, Margaret, who is a native of Louisburgh, has recently given birth to twins, a boy and a girl.(4) The simplest ore minerals are the native metals in which the mineral is composed of a single element.(5) She also posed for a 1955 painting in which he depicted her wearing the native dress commonly associated with Kahlo.(6) The cinchona tree is native to the eastern slopes of the Andes Mountains in South America.(7) In addition, native silver showed its shiny face within the copper.(8) The project will enable 14 family units or individuals to enjoy a good standard of accommodation, proximate to all facilities and close to their native communities.(9) Early programmers worked in native computer code or machine language.(10) Because of that freedom, you can gather the fruits of your labor, develop your native qualities, and gain the respect of others.(11) Thousands of people came to witness a mass where the pope declared Juan Diego the first indigenous or native saint in the Americas.(12) A keen golfer, no doubt the native of Co. Clare will have more time now to enjoy his favourite hobby at Waterford Golf Club.(13) When you travel overseas, you can get special microchips implanted in your tongue that allow you to speak the local language like a native .(14) The native of Antiqua, West Indies, joined the Navy in 1974 at the age of 24.(15) Though in a country renowned world-wide for its sparkling native wit and love of word play, you have to be better than good to make it to the top.(16) Here, even the tallest local peak, Tirich Mir, is inhabited by fairies, according to native folklore.
(1) native language :: gagana
1. indigenous ::
2. domestic ::
totonu o le atunuu
3. innate ::
4. mother ::
5. aboriginal ::
6. inhabitant ::
e nofo ai
7. aborigine ::
Different Formsnative, natives, nonnative, nonnatives
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