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Indigenous

Meanings and phrases

indigenous

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adj.
  1. originating where it is found; autochthonal; autochthonic; autochthonous; endemic

indigenous language

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n.
  1. a language that originated in a specified place and was not brought to that place from elsewhere
E.g.
  • The Mon language is a recognised indigenous language in Myanmar and Thailand.
  • Yuyanapaq means 'to remember' in Quechua, Peru's predominant indigenous language.
  • 92.5% speak an indigenous language at home and 94.2% know an indigenous language.

indigenous peoples

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E.g.
  • not be built or used solely by indigenous peoples.
  • The indigenous peoples were decimated.
  • Overall, indigenous peoples make up only 0.2% of the population.

indigenous people

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E.g.
  • Rates of dementia are higher for indigenous people.
  • Soon after, his forces overcame the indigenous people.
  • Kirat is the main religion of those indigenous people.

indigenous population

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  • America had been discovered and populated by its indigenous population.
  • Most of the indigenous population shows varying degrees of mixed ancestry.
  • The indigenous population in Mexico faces a significantly more severe situation.

indigenous communities

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  • Karp first came to Peru in the late 1970s to study its indigenous communities.
  • The coca leaf was, and still is, chewed almost universally by some indigenous communities.
  • In Jharkhand, Asur live in very poor conditions like most of the other indigenous communities.

indigenous languages

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E.g.
  • In many, indigenous languages such as Nahuatl and Zapotec can be heard.
  • As well as English, England has two other indigenous languages, Cornish and Welsh.
  • These recruits may have spoken any of about 700–800 different indigenous languages.

indigenous groups

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  • Llama and chilihueque herding was practised by various indigenous groups.
  • In this area indigenous groups practised glade agriculture among the forests.
  • Rather than violent displacement, the settlers and the indigenous groups absorbed each other.

other indigenous

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  • The group also replant marram grass and other indigenous plants in the dune areas.
  • As well as English, England has two other indigenous languages, Cornish and Welsh.
  • In Jharkhand, Asur live in very poor conditions like most of the other indigenous communities.

indigenous populations

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  • Out of Chiapas' 111 municipios, ninety-nine have significant indigenous populations.
  • , Belize still struggles to recognize indigenous populations and their respective rights.
  • Affairs with the indigenous populations were regulated through regular meetings ("vergaderingen").

indigenous citizens

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  • The people are predominantly indigenous citizens of Quechuan descent.
  • The people living in Vacas and surrounding areas are predominantly indigenous citizens of Quechuan descent.
  • On 26 June 2007, the DPNI announced the formation of armed "People's Self-Defense" groups to defend "indigenous citizens" against "the aggressive actions of criminal migrants."

indigenous tribes

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  • Many indigenous tribes engaged in constant warfare.
  • Often they had to sail to distant lands and fight indigenous tribes.
  • The indigenous tribes over here are DUMAR , Loni, Syed(Peechi), and Tareen.

first indigenous

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  • Giles was the first indigenous Australian to lead a state or territory government in Australia.
  • "Akebono" was one of the first indigenous Japanese warships to be built following World War II.
  • INS "Vikramaditya" is the modified , INS "Vikrant" will be the first indigenous Indian aircraft carrier.

local indigenous

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  • The walk who is organised by a local indigenous museum (Yugambeh Museum).
  • Conflict between settlers and local indigenous people peaked during 1868–69.
  • The cape is considered sacred by local indigenous population and is revered by Buryats and Evenks.

indigenous cultures

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  • She specializes in the study of Andean indigenous cultures.
  • Perkins has also written about mystical aspects of indigenous cultures, including shamanism.
  • He went on to do field work with the indigenous cultures and languages of the Pacific Northwest.

mainly indigenous

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  • Ethnically, the population is mainly indigenous with a considerable mixing with African and to a lesser extent, European settlers.
  • Modern Egyptology largely maintains the view that "state formation occurred as a mainly indigenous process", although significant differences in morphology indicated migration along the Nile Valley also took place.

indigenous inhabitants

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  • The Adnyamathanha people are the indigenous inhabitants of the range.
  • We do not know the name that the indigenous inhabitants had for the city at that time.
  • The Walung people are the indigenous inhabitants of the region around Olangchung Gola.

indigenous rights

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  • This title does not include receiving Haida indigenous rights or Haida heritage claims.
  • He insisted that indigenous rights and fundamental rights are mutually dependent and neither can exist without the other.
  • A Chilean court decision in November 2009 considered to be a landmark ruling on indigenous rights and made use of the convention.

many indigenous

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  • There are many indigenous tribals in this area.
  • The area is sparsely populated and includes many indigenous people.
  • Senegal was home to many indigenous peoples during precolonial times.

indigenous culture

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  • Surnames were an integral part of plains indigenous culture.
  • For example, the Afrocentric method can be used to research African indigenous culture.
  • Sanjuanito is a danceable music used in the festivities of the mestizo and indigenous culture.

indigenous women

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  • There were also many unions between the largely male Spanish colonists and indigenous women.
  • Most of Chiapas’ illiterate population are indigenous women, who are often prevented from going to school.
  • As descendants of the colonizers, Spanish women had greater status than that of indigenous women at the time.

indigenous community

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  • They were given shelter by members of the indigenous community known as the Ansar.
  • The indigenous community at Caridad de los Indios, Guantánamo, is one such nucleus.
  • During this time few in this indigenous community served as scouts for the U.S. military.

indigenous group

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  • Clothing, especially women's clothing, varies by indigenous group.
  • They estimate 120,000 people may be displaced, including the local Shantal indigenous group.
  • It was not until June 6, 2008, that Japan formally recognised the Ainu as an indigenous group (see § Official recognition in Japan).

indigenous ethnic

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  • Relations between the indigenous ethnic groups is complicated.
  • The indigenous population of Brazil comprised several large indigenous ethnic groups (e.g.
  • Parallel to Los Jaivas, began towards 1969 to experiment with indigenous ethnic instruments.
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