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Definition of "autochthonic" [autochthonic]

  • Existing where it was formed or born; native, aboriginal, indigenous (adjective)

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Use "autochthonic" in a sentence
  • "F.ther F. Combes, S. J., [8] says that the owners, that is, the autochthonic natives of Mindanáo, were called Manóbos and Mananápes. ["
  • "The massif is the largest Swiss autochthonic crystalline entity."
  • "Yet, American Romantic ideology, as it emerged in the Democratic Review through the use of civic nationalism and sentiment, fostered the notion that a radical split from Britain was not only aesthetically desired but also ideologically necessary if its literature was to appear as an original, inspired, and autochthonic thing."