original [ uh–rij–uh-nl ]
belonging or pertaining to the origin or beginning of something, or to a thing at its beginning:
The book still has its original binding.
new; fresh; inventive; novel:
an original way of advertising.
arising or proceeding independently of anything else:
an original view of history.
a primary form or type from which varieties are derived.
an original work, writing, or the like, as opposed to any copy or imitation:
The original of this is in the British Museum.
the person or thing represented by a picture, description, etc.:
The original is said to have been the painter’s own house.