Aboriginal ( adjective , noun )

(As an adjective)

Aboriginal ( adjective )

  1. Being the first or earliest known of its kind present in a particular region.
  2. Indigenous to a particular region or country.

Origin:

From latin aborigines "original inhabitants", from ab- "from" + origo "beginning, origin".

Examples:

  1. The Aboriginal people have lived in the region for thousands of years.
  2. Aboriginal art is an important part of the culture.
  3. Aboriginal languages are in danger of extinction.
  4. The study of Aboriginal culture is important to understand the history of the region.
  5. Aboriginal rights have been a contentious issue in the country for many years.

(As a noun)

Aboriginal ( noun )

  1. Being the first or earliest known of its kind present in a particular region.
  2. Indigenous to a particular region or country.

Origin:

From latin aborigines "original inhabitants", from ab- "from" + origo "beginning, origin".

Examples:

  1. The Aboriginal people have lived in the region for thousands of years.
  2. Aboriginal art is an important part of the culture.
  3. Aboriginal languages are in danger of extinction.
  4. The study of Aboriginal culture is important to understand the history of the region.
  5. Aboriginal rights have been a contentious issue in the country for many years.
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