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Origin of aborigine
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Example sentences from the Web for aborigines
Besides, there was a great deal in their novelty as aborigines.'
In the interval since our first visit, the aborigines have had no communication with the civilized world.Rubber|Edith A. Browne
The aborigines, consisting of different tribes, talk different dialects.Peeps Into China|E. C. Phillips
Both these authors prefer the term “Ges” to that of Tapuyas, by which the aborigines in question are known to the Brazilians.The Races of Man|Joseph Deniker
During this voyage they entered the country of the Guatos Indians, one of the most interesting tribes of the American aborigines.The Progress of Ethnology|John Russell Bartlett
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Word Origin for aborigine
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Cultural definitions for aborigines
The earliest known inhabitants of a region. The term is most often associated with the native hunting and gathering population of Australia, who preceded the arrival of white settlers. (See hunting and gathering societies.)