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Patria (Motherland)

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  1. The Motherland Monument with Tank Barrel - Kiev - Ukraine ().jpg 2, × 3,; MB Under Mother S Shield ().jpeg 2, × 1,; KB View to the monument from Pechersk petherronestdetigoodreleveamarmeo.xyzinfo 2, × 3,; MB.
  2. fa·ther·land (fä′thər-lănd′) n. 1. One's native land. 2. The land of one's ancestors. fatherland (ˈfɑːðəˌlænd) n 1. a person's native country 2. the country of a person's ancestors fa•ther•land (ˈfɑ ðərˌlænd) n. 1. one's native country. 2. the land of one's ancestors. [–25] ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend.
  3. Define motherland. motherland synonyms, motherland pronunciation, motherland translation, English dictionary definition of motherland. n. 1. One's native land. 2. The land of one's ancestors. 3. A country considered as the origin of something. n 1. another word for fatherland 2. motherland [ˈmʌðəlænd] N → patria f; (more.
  4. Aunque lleva aquí desde que era niño, añora regresar a su patria. Although he's been here since he was a child, he yearns to return to the motherland.
  5. Patria (Motherland), a song by Rubén Blades on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services.
  6. Vienna, la patria del walzer Vienna, the home of the waltz. tornare in patria to return to one’s own country. amor di patria patriotism. The motherland is the country in which you or your ancestors were born and to which you still feel emotionally linked, even if you live somewhere else.
  7. In Italian, it is called “Patria”, from the Latin “Pater”, Father. The same for French “ Patrie”, Spanish “ Patria” Portuguese Pátria. In German it is mostly “ Heimat” (homeland) but also Vaterland. English seems a .
  8. English Translation of “patria” | The official Collins Italian-English Dictionary online. Over , English translations of Italian words and phrases.
  9. While the term Motherland seems more common in Slavic and Latin languages. Russian: родина (rodina) French: la mère Patrie Spanish: la Madre Patria. Can anyone confirm this? It seems that it's a sort of the idea of the fatherland is more of a nationalistic concept while the idea of the Motherland is of being born there.

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