Several protestors are at pains to say they have not been paid by anyone and are indigenous to Donetsk.
The vine and the ceremony are deeply entwined with South American indigenous religions of the Amazon.
In this case, the indigenous deity that [Abdulmutallab] carried inside him—Ogun, the god of wayfarers—thwarted his plan.
For example, foie gras is not an indigenous food, but they are producing it in Peru today.
Grown in the jungle by the indigenous Kichwa, guayusa (gwhy-you-sa) is a sacred leaf used in ceremonial rituals.
Of various productions, some indigenous, and others introduced by the Spaniards.
No species, however, of flying opossum is indigenous to Tasmania.
This is not, apparently, an indigenous insect, but seems to have been introduced.
In Malta, where it is indigenous, a convalescence of three weeks is allowed.
India has shown relatively little capacity for indigenous industrial development.
1640s, from Late Latin indigenus "born in a country, native," from Latin indigena "sprung from the land," as a noun, "a native," literally "in-born," or "born in (a place)," from Old Latin indu "in, within" (earlier endo) + *gene-, root of gignere (perf. genui) "beget," from PIE *gen- "produce" (see genus).
Native to a particular region or environment but occurring naturally in other places as well. The American black bear is indigenous to many different parts of North America. Compare alien, endemic.