Definition of patriot in English:

patriot

Line breaks: pat|riot
Pronunciation: /ˈpatrɪət
 
, ˈpeɪt-/

noun

Origin

late 16th century (in the late Latin sense): from French patriote, from late Latin patriota 'fellow countryman', from Greek patriōtēs, from patrios 'of one's fathers', from patris 'fatherland'.

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