un-emigrant

emigrant

[em-i-gruhnt]
noun
1.
a person who emigrates, as from his or her native country or region: They welcomed the emigrants from Italy. émigré, expatriate.
adjective

Origin:
1745–55, Americanism; < Latin ēmīgrant- (stem of ēmīgrāns) moving away (present participle of ēmīgrāre), equivalent to ē- e-1 + mīgrant- (mīgr- remove + -ant- -ant)

nonemigrant, noun, adjective
unemigrant, adjective

emigrant, immigrant, migrant.
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emigrant (ˈɛmɪɡrənt)
 
n
a.  Compare immigrant a person who leaves one place or country, esp a native country, to settle in another
 b.  (as modifier): an emigrant worker

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emigrant
1754, from L. emigrantem, prp. of emigrare (see emigration).
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