aborigine

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aborigine

an original inhabitant of a country or region who has been there from the earliest known times

Aborigine

1. a member of a dark-skinned hunting and gathering people who were living in Australia when European settlers arrived
2. any of the languages of this people
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Twe and his adherents complain that for hundred and four years of the independence of this country, no aboriginee had had the honor of being
Of this tongue [Wiradjuri] I have submitted every word for verification to the following aboriginees [sic], viz: 'Bundaburra Jack', aged 70, of Forbes (born at Wyalong); 'Billy Podham', aged 70, of Eugowra (born at Cowra) [in a later edition Richards states Podham was a gnondam 'medicine man']; 'Mor'ree' and wife, aged 35, of Cowra (born at Gundagai); 'Tom Coe' and 'Brown' of Cowra (initiated half-castes, aged 40, born on Murrumbigee, near Narrandera' (Richards 1902b:82).
There are about 1,200 aboriginees [sic] under Newfoundland jurisdiction, all in Labrador.