native language

  1. the language that a person has spoken from earliest childhood
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  • Jan 24 2008 Whoops, Eyak isn't quite an Athabaskan language but rather a coordinate subbranch of the Athabaskan-Eyak-Tlingit family, according to the Alaska Native Language Center. Archive 2008-01-01
  • She took to German as though it had been her native language.
  • Hemma meaning Queen, in Twi, the native language of Ghana, is a luxury lifestyle brand that merges authentic African Kente cloth with western world high fashion for a look that is high in both culture and style. Feature: Harlem’s Hemma Couture «
  • However, Peruvian Spanish (or Castellano as they called the language there) has infiltration from the native languages like Quechua, much like Mexican Spanish has from the native languages, especially Nahuatl. Tu preterite form
  • A significant number of young Hispanics and Asians are visiting their parents' homelands to study their parents' native languages.
  • The word avocado comes from "aguacate" in Spanish, which in turn comes from the Nahuatl Mexican native language "ahuacatl", referring to a certain intimate part of the male anatomy. BBC News - Home
  • The film is a statement against globalisation and its corrupting influence on the indigenous cultures and even native languages.
  • He reverted to his native language .
  • She sat back a little, then said in a low voice—each word enunciated as if English were not my native language—He was. Remember Me, Irene
  • Our news is so badly homoginized and the same, opinioned and irrational i have to say if i want to learn something about this country, i read foreign papers, in their native language. Dozens Of Call Center Workers Walk Off Job In Protest Rather Than Read McCain Script Attacking Obama
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