Aborigine (noun)

An indigenous person of a country or region, especially of Australia.

Origin:

From the latin word 'aborigines' meaning original inhabitant.

Examples:

  1. The aborigines of Australia have a rich culture and history dating back thousands of years.
  2. The aborigines have suffered greatly due to colonization and the loss of their land.
  3. The aborigines have a deep spiritual connection to the land and its animals.
  4. The aborigines were skilled hunters and gatherers, and their way of life was sustainable for thousands of years.
  5. The aborigines were proud of their heritage and worked to preserve their traditions for future generations.
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