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1emigrant

noun em·i·grant \ˈe-mi-grənt\

: a person who leaves a country or region to live in another one : a person who emigrates

Full Definition of EMIGRANT

1
:  one who emigrates
2
:  a migrant plant or animal

Examples of EMIGRANT

  1. Millions of European emigrants came to America in the 19th century.
  2. <a city teeming with emigrants from many lands>

First Known Use of EMIGRANT

1735

Other Biology Terms

autochthonous, fecund, homunculus, phylogeny, substrate

2emigrant

adjective

Definition of EMIGRANT

:  departing or having departed from a country to settle elsewhere

First Known Use of EMIGRANT

1773

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