|a gadget; dingus; thingumbob.|
|a stew of meat, vegetables, potatoes, etc.|
|autochthonous, autochthonic or autochthonal (ɔːˈtɒkθənəs, ˌɔːtɒkˈθɒnɪk)|
|1.||Compare allochthonous (of rocks, deposits, etc) found where they and their constituents were formed|
|2.||inhabiting a place or region from earliest known times; aboriginal|
|3.||physiol (of some functions, such as heartbeat) originating within an organ rather than from external stimulation|
|autochthonic, autochthonic or autochthonal|
|autochthonal, autochthonic or autochthonal|
|autochthonism, autochthonic or autochthonal|
|autochthony, autochthonic or autochthonal|
|autochthonously, autochthonic or autochthonal|
autochthonous au·toch·tho·nous (ô-tŏk'thə-nəs)
Native to the place inhabited; indigenous.
Originating in the place where found. Used of a disease originating in the part of the body where found, or of a disease acquired in the place where the patient is.