Definition of fatherland in English:

fatherland

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Pronunciation: /ˈfɑːðəland
 
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noun

1A person’s native country, especially when referred to in patriotic terms: those arrested for terrorism were considered traitors to the fatherland
More example sentences
  • We Muslims have no nationality, borders or motherlands or homelands or fatherlands or nativity.
  • It demands loyalty to the fatherland or motherland.
  • Such is the reward that traitors who betray their fatherland deserve.
Synonyms
native land, native country, homeland, home, mother country, motherland, native soil, native heath, land of one's birth, land of one's fathers, the old country
1.1 (the Fatherland) historical Germany during the period of Hitler’s control.

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