Definition of Autochthones

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of autochthons) ¹



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Definition of Autochthones

1. autochthon [n] - See also: autochthon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Autochthones

autocatheterization
autocephalies
autocephalous
autocephaly
autochanger
autochangers
autochef
autochefs
autochory
autochrome
autochromes
autochronograph
autochronographs
autochthon
autochthonal
autochthones (current term)
autochthonic
autochthonies
autochthonism
autochthonous
autochthonous ideas
autochthonous malaria
autochthonous parasite
autochthonously
autochthons
autochthony
autocide
autocides
autoclasia
autoclavability

Literary usage of Autochthones

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1. The Geography of Herodotus ...: Illustrated from Modern Researches and by James Talboys Wheeler (1854)
"Believed themselves to be autochthones. — United with the Lydians and Mysians in ... Caunus, its inhabitants really autochthones.—Topography of the coast. ..."

2. Californian Pictures in Prose and Verse by Benjamin Parke Avery (1877)
"autochthones. No bronzed Apollos of the wood Those simple folk of El Dorado, Who peopled once the solitude From Shasta to the Colorado. ..."

3. The Eastern Origin of the Celtic Nations: Proved by a Comparison of Their by James Cowles Prichard (1831)
"SECTION I. Different opinions respecting the population of the world—autochthones—Hypothesis of the ancients—Modern opinion— Way of investigating the ..."

4. The Gentleman's Magazine (1894)
"For want of a better name we will call them the autochthones, though we ... How long the autochthones enjoyed undisturbed possession of this quarter of the ..."

5. The History of Sicily from the Earliest Times by Edward Augustus Freeman (1891)
"We can only notice that, notwithstanding this, the Greeks did not speak of them as autochthones ; there is a Greek version of their coming which singularly ..."

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