⇄Change DirectionTranslation for 'aboriginal' from English to Finnish
ADJ1   aboriginal | more aboriginal | most aboriginal
ADJ2   Aboriginal | more Aboriginal | most Aboriginal
NOUN1   an aboriginal | aboriginals
NOUN2   an Aboriginal | Aboriginals
SYNO Abo | aboriginal | Aboriginal | ...
alkuasukas {noun}
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Translation for 'aboriginal' from English to Finnish

alkuasukas {noun}etn.
Usage Examples English
  • For at least 6000 years, Aboriginal people lived in and visited these mountains.
  • There are multiple Aboriginal sites in the Manly Dam Memorial Park demonstrating an aboriginal settlement.
  • Integration of on-reserve healthcare into the current system is not a popular option amongst aboriginal leaders, although serves as a reasonable option for urban aboriginal healthcare.
  • There is a large aboriginal society at CCU with many students from all over Taiwan participating in activities that celebrate their aboriginal cultures.
  • Expansion of section 81 healing lodges is contingent upon acceptance by Aboriginal communities.
  • Rez Bluez is a show which showcases the best of the best in Aboriginal Blues talent. First produced for the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network, an aboriginal television network in Canada.
  • Heald works with Aboriginal communities and youth throughout Australia helping aboriginal people to produce and recording music about their stories and experiences.
  • However, the Court held that the 1881 creation of a reservation by executive order at the request of the Hualapai extinguished the tribe's aboriginal title outside of that reservation.
  • The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples] (CAP) founded in 1971 as the Native Council of Canada, is a Canadian aboriginal organization, that represents Aboriginal Peoples (First Nations and Métis) who live off Indian reserves, either in urban and rural areas across Canada.
  • As a percentage of total student population, Lakehead University has one of the largest aboriginal student communities in Canada.
  • Section 35 of the "Constitution Act, 1982" "recognizes and affirms" the "existing" aboriginal and treaty rights in Canada.
  • As aboriginal child protection returns to its roots among aboriginal peoples, the question of who is aboriginal becomes increasingly pertinent.
  • The defendants acknowledged that the plaintiffs are aboriginal Temuan people, "but challenge[...] the fact as to whether they still continue to practice their Temuan culture".
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children have child mortality rates of three times their non-aboriginal peers and are the least consulted in Australian policy; they Aboriginal children aged 10–17 are 24 times more likely to be jailed than non-Aboriginal children and Aboriginal children are almost 10 times more likely to be in out-of-home care.
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