unnative

unnative

(ʌnˈneɪtɪv)
adj
not native or natural
vb (intr)
archaic to no longer be a native or inhabitant of a place or country
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In conjunction with this linguistic assimilation, Frederick desires to "unnative himself' and renounce forever his English nationality, refusing pardon even if it were offered to him (312).
Now a "native of wild or southern countries" and an "unnative" of England, Frederick's language and body testify to the European south's power to inculcate northern outsiders into a regional temperament that Gaskell continually casts, both in North and South and "Modern Greek Songs," as noble but unrefined and violent.
"The Return of the 'Unnative': The Transnational Politics of Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South." Nineteenth-Century Literature 61.4 (2007): 449-78.