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ab·o·rig·i·nal

 (ăb′ə-rĭj′ə-nəl)
adj.
1. Having existed in a region from the beginning: aboriginal forests. See Synonyms at native.
2.
a. Of or relating to aborigines.
b. often Aboriginal Of or relating to the indigenous peoples of Australia.
n.
also Aboriginal An aborigine.

ab′o·rig′i·nal·ly adv.
References in classic literature ?
I think this must be admitted, when we find that there are hardly any domestic races, either amongst animals or plants, which have not been ranked by some competent judges as mere varieties, and by other competent judges as the descendants of aboriginally distinct species.
The almost entire absence of associated grasses, which forms so remarkable a feature in the vegetation of this island, may perhaps be accounted for by the land having been aboriginally covered with forest-trees.
This network of 26 Aboriginally owned and controlled business lending organizations were established across Canada to provide business services and support to Aboriginal entrepreneurs and businesses.
A HYPNOTIC, ENIGMATIC PIECE OF CINEMA REVIVING AROUND DANCE AND ABORIGINALLY, SPEAR EPITOMISES WHAT IT MEANS TO BE AN INDEPENDENT ARTHOUSE AUSTRALIAN FILM.
Urban Aboriginally as a distinctive identity, in twelve parts.
Rather, the Indians were the grantors of a vast area they owned aboriginally and the United States was the grantee.
In seventy-five of the seventy-six judicial rulings produced over the course of the Pickton trial and appeals, there is no reference to the Aboriginally of these women.
Support the development, and funding, of aboriginally controlled national strategies to improve housing, education, health care, social services and the administration of justice;
mainstream CJS programs do not work for us but Aboriginally administered ones do".
In place of individuals with self-enclosed subjectivities, Nancy puts singularities that are aboriginally partages, shared, sheared, open to an abyssal outside.