Australia is the sixth largest nation in the world by land mass and located in the smallest continent, in line with the conventional definitions. Australia was populated for much of its existence by Native people, but in 1606 the European settlers discovered Australia and in the following centuries began to occupy a large part of it. The Commonwealth of Australia, which we now remember, became in 1901 six colonies. Most Australian names are English or rooted in Europe, as you can find in this generator. The aboriginal names have not been included because they are covered in a separate generator to promote discovering their names directly and covering them in some further detail.
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There is no shortage of interesting names when it comes to Australian parents choosing for their children. Australian Aborigines generally have a few options when it comes to naming their offspring; they can choose between traditional names or some that are a little more unusual. Traditional names are a good place to start as they are usually simple and easy to say and for many, they will stick. However, if you are looking for something more unusual, you might want to consider some of the other options.
In most cases, Australian Aborigines are divided by language groups. Some are members of one linguistic group, while others belong to another. Many of these people use the same alphabet to write their languages which makes it easier to tell them apart. Most Aborigines will name a group of names of which they are most closely related, each group often being defined by some basic criteria. For example, Aborigines in the Northern Territory will commonly be known as the Natives while those in the South Australian region may be known as the Aborigines of Adelaide. However, there are no boundaries for the Aborigine people. They come from all around the country and there are no ethnic differences that would define them as belonging to one language group or another.
In recent times, Australian native Aborigines have been considered indigenous. Many in the Northern Territory still refer to themselves as such. The word "indigenous" has different meanings for different people. If you are looking to find a unique name for your child, you might want to look into some of the alternative options available.