What does Homeland mean?

Definitions for Homeland
ˈhoʊmˌlænd, -ləndhome·land

This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word Homeland.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. fatherland, homeland, motherland, mother country, country of origin, native landnoun

    the country where you were born

Wiktionary

  1. homelandnoun

    One's country of residence.

  2. homelandnoun

    One's country of birth.

  3. homelandnoun

    The traditional territory of an ethnic group.

  4. homelandnoun

    An area set aside for black South Africans under the policy of apartheid.

Wikipedia

  1. Homeland

    A homeland is a place where a cultural, national, or racial identity has formed. The definition can also mean simply one's country of birth. When used as a proper noun, the Homeland, as well as its equivalents in other languages, often has ethnic nationalist connotations. A homeland may also be referred to as a fatherland, a motherland, or a mother country, depending on the culture and language of the nationality in question.

ChatGPT

  1. homeland

    A homeland refers to the country or region where a person was born, grew up, or has a significant emotional connection. This can also refer to the native land or native country of a group of people, such as a particular nation, tribe, or ethnic group.

Wikidata

  1. Homeland

    A homeland is the concept of the place to which an ethnic group holds a long history and a deep cultural association with —the country in which a particular national identity began. As a common noun, it simply connotes the country of one's origin. When used as a proper noun, the word, as well as its equivalents in other languages often have ethnic nationalist connotations. A homeland may also be referred to as a fatherland, a motherland, or a mother country, depending on the culture and language of the nationality in question.

Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms

  1. homeland

    The physical region that includes the continental United States, Alaska, Hawaii, United States possessions and territories, and surrounding territorial waters and airspace.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Homeland in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Homeland in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of Homeland in a Sentence

  1. Pacific Command:

    No one should doubt that U.S. Pacific Command forces are prepared to protect the American homeland and defend our allies in South Korea and Japan.

  2. United States:

    The President gave us a legal order : Support the Department of Homeland Security, it's not my job to assess the appropriateness of the mission.

  3. John Katko:

    The Committee will also consider legislation today aimed at redirecting taxpayer dollars allocated for homeland security research and development towards the Biden administration’s climate goals, unfortunately, with the litany of security crises facing the homeland from relentless cyber threats, a wide open southwest border, and resurgent terrorist groups, I do not believe that critical DHS research and development efforts should be redirected for this purpose.

  4. Jason Chaffetz:

    In negotiations with the Department of Homeland Security, the department requested that information remain secret and be kept from Congress and the American people, those restrictions are unacceptable.

  5. Diana Van:

    I do not believe that this is going to happen, one hundred years have passed. I went to my ancestors' land, and I saw those Armenian lands full of Kurdish people, who have five to 16 children per family, and I saw that it's not Anatolia. It's not my homeland that I had in my imagination.

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