a native or naturalized member of a state or other political community
A person that is a legally recognized as a member of a state, with associated rights and obligations.
When the rebellion broke out, the United States promptly evacuated its citizens from the area.
A member of a state that is not a monarchy; used as antonym to subject.
A person that is a legally recognized resident of a city or town.
A resident of any particular place to which the subject feels to belong.
Citizen of the World: The Life of Pierre Elliott Trudeau - a book written of the former Canadian prime minister by John English, 2007.
A civilian, as opposed to a soldier, police officer etc.
Etymology: from citezein (spelling altered by influence of denizen), from citeain (Modern French citoyen), from cite (Modern French cité, English city), from citet, from civitas, from civis (English civil, civilian), from kei-.
one who enjoys the freedom and privileges of a city; a freeman of a city, as distinguished from a foreigner, or one not entitled to its franchises
an inhabitant of a city; a townsman
a person, native or naturalized, of either sex, who owes allegiance to a government, and is entitled to reciprocal protection from it
one who is domiciled in a country, and who is a citizen, though neither native nor naturalized, in such a sense that he takes his legal status from such country
having the condition or qualities of a citizen, or of citizens; as, a citizen soldiery
of or pertaining to the inhabitants of a city; characteristic of citizens; effeminate; luxurious
Etymology: [OE. citisein, OF. citeain, F. citoyen, fr. cit city. See City, and cf. Cit.]
Citizen is a 2001 Tamil action film directed by Sharavanan Subbaiya and produced by S. S. Chakravarthy. The film features Ajith Kumar in the lead role as a social activist with Vasundhara Das, Meena and Nagma playing supporting roles. The film's score and soundtrack are composed by Deva, whilst cinematography was handled by Ravi K. Chandran. The film opened to positive reviews in June 2001.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
sit′i-zen, n. an inhabitant of a city: a member of a state: a townsman: a freeman:—fem. Cit′izeness.—adj. (Shak.) like a citizen.—v.t. Cit′izenise, to make a citizen of.—ns. Cit′izenry, the general body of citizens; Cit′izenship, the rights of a citizen. [M. E. citesein—O. Fr. citeain. See City.]
A person with the legislative authority and rights to reside in a specific country.
The citizens love to have fun on carnival day.Submitted by MaryC on February 23, 2020
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British National Corpus
Rank popularity for the word 'Citizen' in Nouns Frequency: #978
The numerical value of Citizen in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of Citizen in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Considering that no man is an Island, and no man is above the Law. Then, breaking the law is a penalty all citizen should endure.”
Why don't they show a video? Why don't they show a photo during my time in prison showing that I was well fed and not beaten. The cameras were working 24 hours, i am a citizen of Kazakhstan, what right did they have to detain me for a year and a half?
The vote of every American citizen should count equally, yet under the current system, voters from sparsely populated states are awarded significantly more power than those from states like Connecticut, this is fundamentally unfair.
Security forces believe in beating the citizen until they reach an agreement; they believe in fear and intimidation.
I was born in Calgary. My mother was an American citizen by birth, under federal law, that made me an American citizen by birth. The Constitution requires that you be a natural-born citizen.
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- مُوَاطِن, مُوَاطِنَة, مواطنArabic
- грамадзя́нін, грамадзя́нкаBelarusian
- жи́тел, жител, граждани́н, циви́ленBulgarian
- ciutadàCatalan, Valencian
- občan, občankaCzech
- Zivilist, Bürger, Zivilistin, Staatsbürgerin, Einwohner, Staatsbürger, BürgerinGerman
- κάτοικος, πολίτης, υπήκοος, δημότηςGreek
- civitano, civiluloEsperanto
- ciudadana, ciudadanoSpanish
- kodanik, tsiviilisik, linnaelanikEstonian
- kaupunkilainen, kansalainen, porvari, siviiliFinnish
- habitant, citoyen, civile, citoyenne, civil, résidentFrench
- saoranachScottish Gaelic
- polgár, állampolgárHungarian
- rakyat, warganegaraIndonesian
- ríkisborgari, borgari, íbúiIcelandic
- cittadino, residente, civileItalian
- 公民, 人民, 文民, 民衆, 臣民, 民, 国民, 市民Japanese
- 국민, 시민Korean
- гражданин, жаран, атуулKyrgyz
- Bierger, BiergerinLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- pilsone, pilsonisLatvian
- жи́тел, држа́вјанка, гра́ѓанин, гра́ѓанка, држа́вјанин, жи́телкаMacedonian
- burger, poorter, inwoner, particulier, staatsburger, stadsburgerDutch
- mieszkaniec, obywatelka, obywatel, cywilPolish
- habitante, cidadã, cidadão, residente, citadino, morador, civilPortuguese
- горожа́нка, гражда́нка, жи́тель, [[гражда́нский]] [[челове́к]], граждани́н, жи́тельница, по́дданный, [[гражданский, шта́тский, по́дданная, горожа́нин, гражда́нскийRussian
- građanin, грађанка, грађанин, држављанин, становник, stanovnica, држављанка, državljanin, stanovnik, građanka, državljanka, становницаSerbo-Croatian
- පුරවැසියාSinhala, Sinhalese
- meščan, državljan, občanka, meščanka, občan, državljankaSlovene
- innevånare, medborgare, civilistSwedish
- шахрванд, гражданинTajik
- raýat, grajjdanTurkmen
- vatandaş, yurttaş, sivilTurkish
- громадя́нин, громадя́нка, громадянинUkrainian
- công dânVietnamese
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