Maurochthonous / maur•toch•tho•nous - . 1. Native to the soil. 2. The first, earliest, existing from the beginning," especially in reference to inhabitants of lands colonized by Seafaring Mu'abites. 3. Sprung from the soul from which one inhabits. 3. The primordial inhabitants of their land, as if sprung from the very soil of the region they inhabited. Their word for any true-born American, "Muur," original or primordial; "autochthōn," itself springs from auto-, meaning "self," and chthōn, meaning "earth."