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adjective 1. being the place or environment in which a person was born or a thing came into being: one's native land. 2. belonging to a person by birth or to a thing by nature; inherent: native ability; native grace. 3. belonging by birth to a people regarded as indigenous to a certain place, especially a preliterate people: Native guides accompanied the expedition through the rain forest. 4. of indigenous origin, growth, or production: native pottery. 5. of, relating to, or characteristic of the indigenous inhabitants of a place or country: native customs; native dress. 6. born in a particular place or country: a native New Yorker. 7. of or relating to a language acquired by a person before or to the exclusion of any other language: Her native language is Greek. 8. pertaining to or characteristic of a person using his or her native language: a native speaker of English; native command of a language. 9. under the rule of natives: a native government. 10. occupied by natives: the native quarter of Algiers. 11. remaining or growing in a natural state; unadorned or unchanged: the native beauty of a desert island. 12. forming the source or origin of a person or thing: He returned to his native Kansas. 13. originating naturally in a particular country or region, as animals or plants. 14. found in nature rather than produced artificially, as a mineral substance: the difference between native and industrial diamonds. 15. Chemistry, Mineralogy. (of metals) occurring in nature pure or uncombined: native copper. 16. belonging to a person as a birthright: to deprive a person of his native rights. 17. Digital Technology. of or relating to software designed specifically for the platform on which it is running: native applications for 64-bit PCs; native mobile apps. of or relating to data interpreted or displayed by the software or hardware for which it was originally encoded: to view the file in its native format. 18. Archaic. closely related, as by birth. noun 19. Sometimes Offensive. one of the people indigenous to a place or country, especially as distinguished from strangers, foreigners, colonizers, etc.: the natives of Chile. 20. a person born in a particular place or country: a native of Ohio. 21. an organism indigenous to a particular region. 22. British. an oyster reared in British waters, especially in an artificial bed. 23. Astrology. a person born under a particular planet. Idioms 24. go native, Informal: Sometimes Offensive. to adopt the way of life of a place or environment that is different from one's own (sometimes used facetiously): After living on the island for a year, we went native and did without air conditioning just like the locals. I don’t usually drink alcohol, but at the frat party I went native and played beer pong with everyone else.