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Definition of Autochthonal

Autochthonal
Autochthonal Au*toch"tho*nal, Authochthonic Au`thoch*thon"ic, Autochthonous Au*toch"tho*nous, a. Aboriginal; indigenous; native.

Meaning of Autochthonal from wikipedia

- terms that sometimes are used interchangeably, but less often, include autochthonal, autochthonic, and indigenous, however, these terms do not reflect the...
- autochtonal theory (that is, the theory that all Volga Uralic ethnicities are autochthonal to the region and never migrated). Erzyas have a nomadic ancestry and...
- infrastructure of the Geopark "Yangan-Tau." Bashkirs are the indigenous (autochthonal) peoples of Bashkortostan. According to the 2021 Census, the ethnic composition...
- Uralic language family. According to a 1994 Russian census, 49% of the autochthonal Finnic po****tion in Mordovia identified themselves as Mokshas, totaling...
- sturgeon, like the white sturgeon and green sturgeon, olachen and several autochthonal fish of the Oncorhynchus family including the rainbow trout, cutthroat...
- (2007): 123–140. DOI:10.1080/00155870701337296 Weiss, Harry B. "The Autochthonal Tale of Jack the Giant Killer". The Scientific Monthly 28, no. 2 (1929):...
- Maluso Townsite, Maluso. The rest have a mixture of traditional and autochthonal beliefs. Relatively newer Islamic sects, mostly brought by returning...
- this allochthonous type of fish, as well as to attempt to revitalize autochthonal fish po****tions, with fish stocking of local, especially salmonids species...
- Upper Neretva are rare and endangered trouts, the Neretva indigenous, autochthonal ichthyofauna. Salmonids fishes from the Neretva basin show considerable...