aborigine in Hindi

aborigine 1. प्राचीन~देशवासी "Red Indians are the aborigines of America."

Sentence patterns related to "aborigine"

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1. American Aborigine Autochthons Aborigines 1st Americans Global Aborigine All descend from blackness, children of the Sun

2. I AM an Australian aborigine.

3. Offensive word for an Aborigine 2

4. But for aborigine campaigners gestures have not been enough.

5. After , the aborigine also will been moved out steppe.

6. In Qing Taiwan, Han settlers acquired farmland primarily aborigine tribes.

7. Whether I am or am not aborigine isn't important!

8. Abo (plural Abos) (Australia, offensive, ethnic slur, slang) An aborigine; aboriginal

9. That woman you're slavering over is practically an aborigine, you know.

10. Another word for an Australian Aborigine Collins Discovery Encyclopedia, 1st Explanation of Aboriginals

11. Abo - a dark-skinned member of a race of people living in Australia when Europeans arrived Aboriginal , Australian Aborigine , native Australian , Aborigine ethnic group , ethnos - people of the same race or nationality who share a distinctive culture

12. Synonyms for Autochthons include natives, indigenes, aborigine, aboriginals, indigens, locals, inhabitants, bushmen, primitives and savages

13. As an Aborigine, I feel suited for this because, understandably, Aborigines are slow to trust whites.

14. This helps to explain why an Aborigine may be quite lost outside his territory or “country.”

15. Synonyms for Autochthon include native, indigene, aborigine, aboriginal, indigen, local, original inhabitant, inhabitant, primitive and bushman

16. Synonyms for Anthropophagus include cannibal, flesh-eater, man-eater, anthropophagite, ogress, primitive, ruffian, aborigine, beast and brute

17. There are many synonyms of Anthropophagus which include Aborigine, Anthropophagite, Brute, Ogre, Ogress, Ruffian, Savage, Primitive, Bush …

18. Over the years,[Sentencedict.com ] Aborigine tribal members have updated past artworks with different styles and new subjects.

19. Synonyms for anthropophagus include cannibal, man-eater, flesh-eater, Anthropophagite, ogress, primitive, ruffian, aborigine, beast and brute

20. Synonyms for Anthropophagite include cannibal, man-eater, aborigine, anthropophaginian, anthropophagist, anthropophagus, beast, brute, flesh-eater and …

21. Synonyms for anthropophagite include cannibal, man-eater, aborigine, anthropophaginian, Anthropophagist, anthropophagus, beast, brute, flesh-eater and head-hunter

22. Synonyms for Anthropophagist include cannibal, anthropophagite, man-eater, aborigine, anthropophaginian, anthropophagus, beast, brute, flesh-eater and head-hunter

23. Synonyms for Anthropophagites include cannibals, man-eaters, aborigine, anthropophaginians, anthropophagists, anthropophagi, beasts, brutes, head-hunters and ogres

24. Perhaps few outside of Australia have heard the didgeridoo, a musical instrument unique to the Australian Aborigine.

25. Bombora is aborigine for reef, surf talk for massive wave, and it’s also known as the best Australian vodka

26. In Tasmania aborigine hunters led a nomadic life to take advantage of the seasonal food supply in different regions.

27. Ab·os or ab·os Offensive Slang Used as a disparaging term for an Australian Aborigine

28. To die Aborning translation in English - German Reverso dictionary, see also 'aborigine',aboriginal',absorbing',abortion', examples, definition, conjugation

29. The Australian Aborigine, the African animist, the Shintoist, even the Buddhist, all teach variations on this same theme.

ऑस्ट्रेलियाई और अफ्रीकी आदीवासी, शिंटो और बौद्ध धर्म के लोग भी इसी तरह की मिलती-जुलती शिक्षाएँ देते हैं।

30. One source says that “the last full-blooded Tasmanian Aborigine was Fanny Cochrane Smith, who died in Hobart in 1905.”

एक स्रोत कहता है कि “आख़िरी अमिश्रित तस्मानियाई आदिवासी फ़ैनी कॉकरॆन स्मिथ थी, जो होबर्ट में १९०५ में मरी।”

31. There are many synonyms of Anthropophagus which include Aborigine, Anthropophagite, Brute, Ogre, Ogress, Ruffian, Savage, Primitive, Bush Dweller, Cruel Person, etc.

32. A savage, yes, Mr. Carney, but you and I both know that my husband was not killed by an Aborigine.

33. The undated painting was found during an fall 2008 expedition at Djulirri in the Aborigine territory of Arnhem Land in northern Australia.

34. Aborigine - From Classical Latin meaning "ancestors," it was spelled with a capital A as the name of the primeval Romans; the first people called Aborigines were the original inhabitants of Italy and Greece and aborigine was specifically applied to the inhabitants of a country ab origine, "from the beginning."

35. There are also several similar words to Anthropophagite in our dictionary, which are Aborigine, Brute, Ogre, Ogress, Ruffian, Savage, Primitive, Anthropophagus, Bush Dweller and Cruel Person

36. Aborigines of Australia Who are the Aborigines? Fun Fact: Aborigine is a Latin word that means “from the beginning.” •The Aborigines are the first people to live in Australia

37. While in the harbor area, enjoy the free entertainment provided by a wide variety of buskers—acrobats, Aborigines playing the didgeridoo (a typical Aborigine wind instrument), or a jazz ensemble.

जब आप बंदरगाह के क्षेत्र में हैं, तो मुफ्त में ही तरह-तरह के तमाशे देखने का मज़ा लीजिए—आदिवासी कलाबाज़ लोग डिजरीडू (आदिवासियों का एक ठेठ बाजा है जिसे फूँककर बजाया जाता है) या जैज़ संगीत बजाकर लोगों का मनोरंजन करते हैं।

38. Usage note for Abo Since Abo is simply a shortened form of Aborigine or Aboriginal, one could easily think that it is as neutral and inoffensive a term as Aussie is for an Australian

39. Originating from Aborigine lore, the creature known as the Bunyip, also known as the Kianpraty and a variety of other regional tribal names, most of which translate from the Aboriginal words for “devil,” “evil spirit,” or some other ominous moniker, and it is not hard to see why.

40. Aborigine (n.) "person, animal, or plant that has been in a country or region from earliest times," 1858, mistaken singular of aborigines (1540s; Aboriginal is considered the correct singular in English), from Latin aborigines "the first inhabitants," especially of Latium, hence "the first ancestors of the Romans;" possibly a tribal name, or from or made to conform to the Latin phrase ab