indigene indigene


  • (n) an indigenous person who was born in a particular place



  1. One such prowling indigene is Albert Innaurato, 28.
  2. The first is that the laboratory rat, originally Rattus norvegicus and an indigene of Asia, crossed the Volga River into Europe only 250 years ago.
  3. One such prowling indigene is Albert Innaurato, 28.


  1. In the main, the story which has its root in the a frivolous potion by a facelss "concerned Ebonyi indigene", accused Egwu of dipping his hands into the commonwealth of the state and making away with a whopping sum of N80 Billion out of the N150...
    on Aug 10, 2007 By: Sam Egwu Source:

  2. "Discriminatory indigeneity policies often reflect a truly cynical set of political calculations," said Takirambudde. "Many Nigerian politicians are simply trying to curry favour with their indigene constituents by excluding non-indigenes...
    on Apr 24, 2006 By: Peter Takirambudde Source: Inter Press Service (subscription)

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