a person born in the United States.
These Words Originated From Native American LanguagesMany U.S. states, indigenous animals, and foods are named using Native American languages. Let's take a look at everyday words from Native languages!
Origin of native American
An Americanism dating back to 1835–45
Related formsna·tive-A·mer·i·can, adjective
Definition for native american (2 of 2)
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Examples from the Web for native american
The founders went with Packers, but Marshall, given his Native-American fascination, would have gone in that direction, clearly.The ‘Tennessee Crackers’ Would Have Never Happened|Michael Tomasky|November 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
There is Abramoff's taking advantage of the Native-American tribes and playing them off each other.
British Dictionary definitions for native american
A member of the indigenous peoples of North America
of, relating to, or characteristic of Native Americans or any of their languages
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