It is an important one: it is our first really national period, all-American, autochthonic.
The former are autochthonic parasites, the others are foreigners.
Treating as an error the tradition of their vagrant character, he conceives them to be generally and above all autochthonic.
From this invisible ground-plan rose something absolutely original and autochthonic.
The dance is the primordial, autochthonic form of music; its foundation so to speak.
autochthonous au·toch·tho·nous (ô-tŏk'thə-nəs)
Native to the place inhabited; indigenous.
Originating in the place where found. Used of a disease originating in the part of the body where found, or of a disease acquired in the place where the patient is.