Aboriginal (adj.)aborigine (n.)"person, animal, or plant that has been in a country or region from earliest times," 1858, mistaken singular of aborigines (1540s; aboriginal is considered the correct singular in English), from Latin aborigines "the first inhabitants," especially of Latium, hence "the first ancestors of the Romans;" possibly a tribal name, or from or made to conform to the Latin phrase ab origine, which means literally "from the beginning."This is from ab "off, away from" (see ab-) + ablative of origo "a rise, commencement, beginning, source; descent, lineage, birth," from stem of oriri "arise, rise; be born, be descended, receive life" (see origin). Extended 1789 to natives of other countries which Europeans have colonized, especially "aboriginal inhabitant of Australia." Australian slang shortening Abo attested from 1922 (n.), 1906 (adj.). Synonymsautochthonous (adj.)"native , indigenous," 1805, from autochthon + -ous. INDIAN - Applied to the aboriginal native inhabitants of the America’s from at least 1553 as a noun (1610s as an adjective ) reflecting Spanish and Portuguese use, on the mistaken notion that America was the eastern end of Asia .
1570s, originally "one of the aboriginal peoples discovered in the Western Hemisphere by Europeans," from Modern Latin Americanus, from America(q.v.). The original sense is now Native Americans; the sense of "resident of North America of European (originally British) descent" is from 1765. Aboriginal American references It is documented that “copper-colored” Aboriginals have lived on the American continent for over fifty-thousand years. There are many early documents describing the phenotype of Aboriginal Americans prior to European invasion. Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of the famed “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” (1853), describes in detail the phenotype of the Aboriginal Americans in her book “Primary Geography for Children, On an Improved Plan” (1833): “Before the White people came over to America, it had many tribes of people in it. Some of these tribes still remain in the United States, and in the countries north of it, and in South America. These form what are called the American race. They have a copper-colored skin—long, black hair— small, dark eyes—and very thick lips, and broad noses.” (Beecher-Stowe, 1833). The Use of the Terms "Negro" and "Black" to Include Persons of Native American Ancestry in "Anglo" North America Jack D. Forbes Young was anxious to prove that the so-called "Black" Caribs were not true aborigines but were in fact "Negro colonists, Free Negroes, or 13 Negro usurpers." This was important to him because he wanted to show they had no bonafide land-rights or aboriginal title. For our purposes, the interesting point admitted by Young is that the so-called"Blacks" or"Negroes" were occasionally of"tawney and mixed complexion" because of American ancestry and that their customs, personal names, and language were those of the native Caribs. Still further, Young admitted that they had repeatedly intermarried with American women. He consistently refers to them as"Negroes," nonetheless. The word "Black" may include all Negroes, but the term "Negro" does not include all Black persons. . . . We are of the opinion that the words "White," "Negro," "Mulatto" and "Black person," whenever they occur in our constitution . . . must be taken in their generic sense . . . that the words "Black person," in the 14th section must be taken as contra distinguished from White, and necessarily includes all races other than the Caucasian !
WE AS AMERICAN MAROONS UNDERSTAND THAT ABORIGINAL AMERICANS IS A SOCIAL CONSTRUCT . JUST LIKE AFRICAN AMERICAN OR MOORISH AMERICAN . BUT WE ALSO KNOW THROUGH GENEALOGY THE MIXTURES OF THE ABORIGINAL RACES OF AMERICA’S WITH THE MIXTURES OF THE SWARTHY EUROPEAN , MOORISH OR AFRICAN GROUPS THAT CAME HERE FROM TIME OF ANTIQUITY . THAT IS NOT TO TAKE AWAY FROM THE HERITAGE OF ABORIGINAL INHABITANTS OF AMERICA’S CLANS ,TRIBES , AND NATIONS OF PEOPLE’S LINEAGES WE TODAY AS THE AMERICAN NEGRO ARE CONNECTED TOO . SO THIS SOCIAL CONTRUCT WE CALL ABORIGINAL AMERICANS WITHIN OUR AMERICAN MAROON CULTURE WE SAY ABAR’RISHONI AMACARIO ! THE ABORIGINAL INDIVIDUALS STATUS IS JUSTIFIED THROUGH CONSANGUINITY , WHICH MEANS BLOOD TIES TO ANCESTORS / GENEALOGY . THE REASON THE AUTONOMOUS PARTY PODCAST DID A SERIES ON THE ETHNOGENESIS OF AN ABORIGINAL AMERICAN , IS BECAUSE AS AMERICAN MAROON’S ARE GENEALOGY COMES FIRST TO THE LAND WE SPRUNG FROM OUR SELVES TODAY . THE ABORIGINAL ROOTS THAT TIE US TO THE AMERICA’S IS ALWAYS THE FOUNDATION . AS AMERICAN MAROON’S ABAR’RISHONI (ARAMAIC) MEANS FIRST=RISHONI ABAR= PROGENITOR OF FAMILY INHERITANCE . TOGETHER YOU GET ABAR’RISHONI AKA ABORIGINES/ABORIGINAL .
AMACARIO MEANS THE BELOVED PEOPLE !
ABAR’RISHONI AMACARIO IS HOW WE AT THE AUTONOMOUS PARTY SAY ABORIGINAL AMERICAN AS AMERICAN MAROONS !