Definition of Aborigin
1. aborigen [n -S] - See also: aborigen
Lexicographical Neighbors of Aborigin
Literary usage of Aborigin
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Dictionary of Hard Words by Robert Morris Pierce (1910)
"[synonymous cognate aborigin ... [singular aborigine, aborigin, aboriginal] abracadabra я. ..."
2. Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and Geology of the Countries by Charles Darwin (1846)
"... but we see that a vast majority of all the land animals, and that more than half of the flowering plants, are aborigin al prod uctions. ..."
3. Proceedings by Royal Colonial Institute (Great Britain) (1880)
"I hope he Government will be able to adopt measures to protect the natives from a class of vampires who go amongst aborigin.il races and decimate them by ..."
4. An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language by Walter William Skeat (1893)
"179, renders this suggestion very doubtful, and I think it should be decisively rejected. Der. aborigin-al. »aboriginES, indigenous inhabitants. ..."
5. The Friend of Peace by Noah Worcester, Massachusetts Peace Society (1821)
"... the wrongs of their generals, and upon the innocent, the Wrongs of the guilty 1 It is said that among the aborigin.es of South America, rc- Tenge was ..."