Difference between Aboriginal and Primordial

What is the difference between Aboriginal and Primordial?

Aboriginal as an adjective is original or indigenous to a place while Primordial as an adjective is first, earliest or original


Part of speech: adjective

Definition: Original or indigenous to a place Of or pertaining to Australian Aboriginal peoples, Aborigines, or their language.

Part of speech: noun

Definition: An Aboriginal inhabitant of Australia, Aborigine.

Example sentence: I'd much rather people knew me as a good tennis player than as an aboriginal who happens to play good tennis. Of course I'm proud of my race, but I don't want to be thinking about it all the time.


Part of speech: adjective

Definition: first, earliest or originalcharacteristic of the earliest stage of the development of an organism of, or relating to a primordiumprimeval

Example sentence: Homo Sapiens is a frontier creature. It is what we do; it defines what we are. This has been true from our very beginnings. It is the core reason our progenitors wandered forth from the first primordial valleys in search of more room, better hunting, or more fertile soil.

We hope you now know whether to use Aboriginal or Primordial in your sentence.

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