• An inhabitant; a resident.
  • One that frequents a particular place.
  • An animal or a plant naturalized in a region.
  • A foreigner who is granted rights of residence and sometimes of citizenship.
  • To make a denizen of; grant rights of residence to.
  • In <em>botany</em>, a plant suspected to be of foreign origin, though behaving as if indigenous.
  • To make a denizen; admit to residence with certain rights and privileges; endenizen.
  • Within the city franchise; having acquired certain rights or privileges of citizenship.
  • A stranger admitted to residence and certain rights in a foreign country; in <em>English law</em>, an alien admitted to citizenship by the sovereign's letters patent, but ineligible to any public office. The word has a similar meaning in South Carolina.
  • A citizen; a dweller; an inhabitant.
  • To constitute (one) a denizen; to admit to residence, with certain rights and privileges.
  • To provide with denizens; to populate with adopted or naturalized occupants.
  • A dweller; an inhabitant.
  • One who is admitted by favor to all or a part of the rights of citizenship, where he did not possess them by birth; an adopted or naturalized citizen.
  • One admitted to residence in a foreign country.
  • An <xref>inhabitant</xref> of a place; one who <xref>dwells</xref> in.
  • One who <xref>frequents</xref> a place.
  • A person with rights between those of <xref>naturalized</xref> citizen and <xref>resident alien</xref> (roughly <xref>permanent resident</xref>), obtained through <xref>letters patent</xref>.
  • Used to describe the <xref>range</xref> or <xref>habitat</xref> of an animal or plant.
  • To grant rights of <xref>citizenship</xref> to; to <xref>naturalize</xref>.
  • To provide with denizens; to <xref>populate</xref> with adopted or naturalized occupants.
  • a person who inhabits a particular place
  • a plant or animal naturalized in a region
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