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Definition of Aborigines

Aborigines
Aborigines Ab`o*rig"i*nes (-r[i^]j"[i^]*n[=e]z), n. pl. [L. Aborigines; ab + origo, especially the first inhabitants of Latium, those who originally (ab origine) inhabited Latium or Italy. See Origin.] 1. The earliest known inhabitants of a country; native races. 2. The original fauna and flora of a geographical area

Meaning of Aborigines from wikipedia

- and Métis people of Canada Taiwanese aborigines, indigenous peoples of Taiwan Orang Asli or Malayan aborigines, the people whose ancestors were indigenous...
- the aborigines into named subgroups, referred to as "tribes". These divisions did not always correspond to distinctions drawn by the aborigines themselves...
- Malbon, Justin (2003). "The Extinguishment of Native Title—The Australian Aborigines as Slaves and Citizens". Griffith Law Review. 12 (2): 310–335. doi:10...
- The Young Aborigines were an experimental-hardcore band started in 1978 by Michael Diamond on drums, Kate Sc****enbach on percussion, Jeremy Shatan on...
- American Aborigines may refer to: Indigenous peoples in Canada, which comprise the First Nations, the Inuit, and the Métis Native Americans in the United...
- (1887). "Notes on the Tasmanian Aborigines" (pdf). Octavius. Cove, John J. (1995). What the Bones Say: Tasmanian Aborigines, Science, and Domination. McGill-Queen's...
- the Aborigines eventually becoming the people known as Prisci Latini (meaning old Latins), that is Prisci et Latini, or simply Latini. The Aborigines did...
- an early age and spent many years in children's homes run by the NSW Aborigines Welfare Board, most notably Kinchela Boys Home at Kempsey. The Welfare...
- Edward John Eyre were notable Protectors of Aborigines. Matthew Moorhouse was the first Protector of Aborigines in South Australia. He led the Rufus River...
- "Scientist – Griffin hijacked my work to make race claim about 'British aborigines'". The Times. London. Retrieved 26 October 2009. (subscription required)...
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