Definition of Colonist. Meaning of Colonist. Synonyms of Colonist

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Definition of Colonist

Colonist
Colonist Col"o*nist, n. A member or inhabitant of a colony.

Meaning of Colonist from wikipedia

- nationals to settle in sp****ly po****ted lands. These settlers were called "colonists".[citation needed] See, e.g., articles Slavo-Serbia, Volga German, Volhynia...
- British Colonist (later the Daily Colonist), established in 1858 by Amor De Cosmos who was later British Columbia's second Premier. The British Colonist was...
- The Colonist was a w****ly English-language tabloid newspaper published in Sydney from 1835 to 1840. The Colonist was founded by John Dunmore Lang with...
- largely removed the colonists' need of colonial protection. The British and colonists triumphed jointly over a common foe. The colonists' loyalty to the mother...
- Spaniards, or Spanish people, are a Romance ethnic group native to Spain. Within Spain, there are a number of national and regional ethnic identities that...
- attempt to found Roanoke Colony on the same island in 1587 and discover the colonists had mysteriously vanished. During his time at Roanoke Island he made several...
- A colonist car (or emigrant car) was a type of railway p****enger coach designed to provide inexpensive long-distant transportation for immigrants, mainly...
- The True Colonist Van Diemen's Land Political Despatch, And Agricultural And Commercial Advertiser was a newspaper published in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia...
- The Colonists are an extraterrestrial species and are also the primary group of antagonists in the science fiction television show, The X-Files, as well...
- Nathaniel Bacon (January 2, 1647 – October 26, 1676) was a colonist of the Virginia Colony, famous as the instigator of Bacon's Rebellion of 1676, which...