(n.) = native ; native inhabitant ; native person. Ex: Malcolm Stanhope, also a native of the state, entered the library field at the age of 30, after having been a computer salesman for eight years. Ex: The discovery of gold spurred wealth and immigation and intensified the subjugation of the native inhabitants = El descubrimiento de oro fomentó la riqueza y la inmigración e intensificó la represión de la población nativa. Ex: It involved the right of a native person to follow his religious tradition which involved smoking an hallucinogenic substance. ---- * hablante nativo = native speaker. * nativo de Alaska = Alaskan Native. * nativos = aboriginal people. * no nativo = non-native. (adj.) = native ; autochthonous ; native-born. Ex: During his relatively brief career as a corporate tactician, Jeff Gordon, a lanky 32-year-old who retains a touch of the 'aw shucks' manner of his native southland, has chalked up some substantial achievement. Ex: The paper argues that autochthonous language communities should be formally recognised as distinct ethnic groups. Ex: Rapid increases in the foreign-born population at the state level are not associated with negative effects on the employment of native-born workers. ---- * indio nativo americano = American Indian ; Native American. * lengua nativa = native language ; native tongue. * país nativo = native country. * persona nativa = native person. * planta nativa = native plant ; indigenous plant. * población nativa = native population ; aboriginal people ; native inhabitant. (n.) = aboriginal people. Ex: This is an important contribution to our understanding of the lamentably neglected subject of the plight of the aboriginal people of India.