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Synonyms for Native
ˈneɪ tɪv

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. native, indigen, indigene, aborigine, aboriginal(noun)

    an indigenous person who was born in a particular place

    "the art of the natives of the northwest coast"; "the Canadian government scrapped plans to tax the grants to aboriginal college students"

    Synonyms:
    native, indigen, indigene, aborigine, aboriginal, native Australian

    Antonyms:
    adventive, strange, foreign, impure, nonnative, naturalized, adoptive, alien, exotic, tramontane, established, foreign-born, unnaturalised, adopted, unnaturalized, imported

  2. native(noun)

    a person born in a particular place or country

    "he is a native of Brazil"

    Synonyms:
    indigen, indigene, aborigine, aboriginal

    Antonyms:
    exotic, unnaturalised, nonnative, naturalized, adopted, foreign, impure, foreign-born, adventive, unnaturalized, strange, adoptive, imported, established, tramontane, alien

  3. native(adj)

    indigenous plants and animals

    Synonyms:
    indigen, indigene, aborigine, aboriginal

    Antonyms:
    nonnative, imported, unnaturalised, adventive, established, alien, unnaturalized, adoptive, naturalized, exotic, tramontane, adopted, foreign, strange, foreign-born, impure

  4. native(adj)

    characteristic of or existing by virtue of geographic origin

    "the native North American sugar maple"; "many native artists studied abroad"

    Synonyms:
    aboriginal

    Antonyms:
    nonnative, naturalized, tramontane, foreign, alien, unnaturalised, impure, adopted, adventive, adoptive, unnaturalized, strange, established, imported, foreign-born, exotic

  5. native(adj)

    belonging to one by birth

    "my native land"; "one's native language"

    Synonyms:
    aboriginal

    Antonyms:
    nonnative, imported, foreign, adopted, impure, unnaturalised, naturalized, adventive, unnaturalized, established, strange, foreign-born, adoptive, alien, exotic, tramontane

  6. native, aboriginal(adj)

    characteristic of or relating to people inhabiting a region from the beginning

    "native Americans"; "the aboriginal peoples of Australia"

    Synonyms:
    native, primaeval, primordial, aboriginal, primal, primeval

    Antonyms:
    foreign-born, nonnative, imported, foreign, exotic, unnaturalised, adopted, naturalized, tramontane, impure, alien, adoptive, strange, unnaturalized, adventive, established

  7. native(adj)

    as found in nature in the elemental form

    "native copper"

    Synonyms:
    aboriginal

    Antonyms:
    nonnative, alien, unnaturalised, impure, established, unnaturalized, tramontane, imported, strange, adoptive, naturalized, adopted, adventive, foreign-born, exotic, foreign

Wiktionary

  1. native(noun)

    Antonyms:
    foreign

  2. native(noun)

    Belonging to one by birth.

    She is a regular Wiki* native.

    Antonyms:
    foreign

  3. native(noun)

    Characteristic of or relating to people inhabiting a region from prehistoric times.

    Antonyms:
    foreign

  4. native(adjective)

    Of or relating to North American Indians or Aboriginal people.

    Some natives must have stolen our cattle.

    Antonyms:
    foreign

  5. native(adjective)

    Many native artists studied abroad.

    Antonyms:
    foreign

  6. native(adjective)

    The naturalized Norway maple often outcompetes the native North American sugar maple.

    Antonyms:
    foreign

  7. native(adjective)

    Antonyms:
    foreign

  8. native(adjective)

    Antonyms:
    foreign

English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. native

    Native denotes that which belongs to one by birth; natal that which pertains to the event of birth; natural denotes that which rests upon inherent qualities of character or being. We speak of one's native country, or of his natal day; of natural ability, native genius. Compare INHERENT; PRIMEVAL; RADICAL.

    Synonyms:
    indigenous, innate, natal, natural, original

    Antonyms:
    acquired, alien, alien, artificial, assumed, foreign, unnatural

Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. native

    Synonyms:
    indigenous, home, exported, artless, natural, proper, suitable, congenital, inbred, vernacular

    Antonyms:
    foreign, imported, exotic, alien, artificial, acquired, assumed, affected

Editors Contribution

  1. indio

    a native is a person who is an indegonous person.

    Submitted by rinat on August 20, 2019  
  2. sons of the soil

    he is a native.

    Submitted by anonymous on October 12, 2020  

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. native(a.)

    Synonyms:
    natal, of birth

  2. native(a.)

    Synonyms:
    vernacular, VULGAR, mother

  3. native(a.)

    Synonyms:
    indigenous, natural, congenital, original, genuine, intrinsic, real, unartificial, home-bred, not acquired, bred in the bone, that runs in the blood

  4. native(n.)

    Synonyms:
    original inhabitant

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. native(a)

    Synonyms:
    natal, indigenous, natural, aboriginal, autochthonal, vernacular, mother, genuine, congenital, inherent, inborn, inbred, innate, original

    Antonyms:
    foreign, artificial, exotic, acquired, assumed, unnatural

  2. native(n)

    Synonyms:
    aboriginal, denizen (by birth), indigene

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How to say Native in sign language?

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How to use Native in a sentence?

  1. David Katz:

    The fundamentals are minimally processed plant foods, today our diet is distorted from the native normal.

  2. Smiley Blanton:

    The truth is that all of us attain the greatest success and happiness possible in this life whenever we use our native capacities to their greatest extent.

  3. Ian Bartoszek:

    The ecological impact of removing so many adult pythons from a relatively small area of Collier County can only be positive for our native wildlife, we need to utilize all tools available and develop additional techniques to capture and remove Burmese pythons in Florida.

  4. Guillermo Ameer:

    Most importantly, we may have found a way to integrate an artificial ligament with native bone.

  5. Ryan Helsley:

    I think it's a misrepresentation of the Cherokee people or Native Americans in general.


Translations for Native

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  • اصليArabic
  • rodný, rodák, domorodecCzech
  • hjemmehørendeDanish
  • Eingeborene, einheimisch, gebürtig, Eingeborener, Ureinwohner, UreinwohnerinGerman
  • αυτόχθων, γηγενής, ντόπιος, μητρικός, ιθαγενής, γενέθλιοςGreek
  • indiĝeno, indiĝena, denaskaEsperanto
  • indígena, natal, nativoSpanish
  • paikallinen, alueellinen, [[paikallinen]] [[asukas]], alkuasukas, autoktoninen, alkuperäinen, kotoperäinen, syntyperäinenFinnish
  • indigène, autochtone, natif, maternel, originaire deFrench
  • gnèitheachScottish Gaelic
  • देHindi
  • születésű, hazai, belföldi, anyanyelviHungarian
  • մայրենի, հայրենիArmenian
  • asliIndonesian
  • nativoItalian
  • 自国, 土着Japanese
  • 토산의Korean
  • indigenusLatin
  • tangata whenuaMāori
  • ingeboren, inheems, inwoner, oorspronkelijk, inboorling, moeder-, autochtoon, geboren en getogen, geboorte-, aangeborenDutch
  • innfødtNorwegian
  • tubylec, ojczysty, autochton, rdzenny, rodzimyPolish
  • selvagem, nativo, indígenaPortuguese
  • localnic, nativ, originară, de la naștere, originar, autohton, indigen, matern, localnicăRomanian
  • туземный, выходец, родной, местный, туземец, туземка, коренной, аборигенка, коренная жительница, уроженка, коренной житель, абориген, уроженецRussian
  • starosedeoc, samorodan, рођениSerbo-Croatian
  • amëtar, autokton, vendësAlbanian
  • inhemskSwedish
  • జన్మస్థలంTelugu
  • ріднийUkrainian
  • געבוירןYiddish
  • 本地人Chinese

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