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原住民, げんじゅうみん

  • genjūmin


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • native people
  • aboriginal

Examples of 原住民,げんじゅうみん in a Sentence

Captain Cook thanked the natives for their hospitality.
The natives of the North-West Pacific Coast of America were probably descendants of tribes from Asia..
He established a friendly relationship with the natives.
As their language had no written form, the natives expressed deeds and events in carvings.
The natives have to defend their land against invaders.
The natives collect and store rain-water to drink.
The natives saw an airplane then for the first time.
They came from all over the world to make their homes in this new land, which was thinly populated by native Indians.

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