See autochthonism.

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  • autochthonously — adverb see autochthonous …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • autochthonously — au·toch·tho·nous·ly …   English syllables

  • autochthonously — (ˈ)ȯ|täkthənəslē adverb : in an autochthonous manner …   Useful english dictionary

  • autochthonous — adjective Date: 1805 1. indigenous, native < an autochthonous people > 2. formed or originating in the place where found < autochthonous rock > < an autochthonous infection > • autochthonously adverb …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Bug-Dniester culture — Map of European Neolithic cultures. Bugo Dniester culture is right yellow color spot. Bug Dniester culture, Dniester Bug culture was the archaeological culture that developed in the chernozem region of Moldavia and Ukraine around the Dniester and …   Wikipedia

  • autochthonous — autochthonism, autochthony, n. autochthonously, adv. autochthonousness, n. /aw tok theuh neuhs/, adj. 1. pertaining to autochthons; aboriginal; indigenous (opposed to heterochthonous). 2. Pathol. a. found in the part of the body in whic …   Universalium

  • autochthon — [ô täk′thən] n. pl. autochthons or autochthones [ô täk′thə nēz΄] [Gr autochthōn, sprung from the land itself < autos, self + chthōn, earth: see HOMAGE] 1. any of the earliest known inhabitants of a place; aborigine 2. any indigenous animal or… …   English World dictionary

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