a person who owes allegiance to that nation
"a monarch has a duty to his subjects"
of or relating to or belonging to a nation or country
"national hero"; "national anthem"; "a national landmark"
limited to or in the interests of a particular nation
"national interests"; "isolationism is a strictly national policy"
concerned with or applicable to or belonging to an entire nation or country
"the national government"; "national elections"; "of national concern"; "the national highway system"; "national forests"
owned or maintained for the public by the national government
home(a), interior(a), internal, national(adj)
inside the country
"the British Home Office has broader responsibilities than the United States Department of the Interior"; "the nation's internal politics"
characteristic of or peculiar to the people of a nation
"a national trait"
of or relating to nationality
A citizen (of a particular country); as, U. S. nationals are advised to contact their embassy when abroad.
A country-wide sports competition; for a series of competitions, the plural form is usually used; as, to advance to the nationals.
A citizen of a nation.
The diplomats were advised not to interact with any foreign nationals except on official duty.
A tournament in which participants from all over the nation compete.
After winning the regional tournament, the team advanced to the nationals.
Of or having to do with a nation.
Of or having to do with a country (sovereign state).
Import tariffs were raised for the national interest.
Origin: From nationalis, from natio; see nation.
of or pertaining to a nation; common to a whole people or race; public; general; as, a national government, language, dress, custom, calamity, etc
attached to one's own country or nation
Origin: [Cf. F. national.]
National was a brand used by Panasonic Corporation to sell home appliances, personal appliances, and industrial appliances and was the first name used by Konosuke Matsushita's electric firm to sell his battery-powered bicycle lamps, hoping that they would be a product used by all of Japan, hence the name "National". It was arguably the first well-known brand of Japanese electronics. National was formerly the premier brand on most Matsushita products, including audio and video and was often combined as "National Panasonic" after the worldwide success of the Panasonic name. After 1980 in Europe, and after 1988 in Australia and New Zealand, Matsushita ceased the usage of "National", and sold audiovisual products exclusively under the Panasonic and Technics nameplates. Perhaps due to trademark issues, Matsushita never officially used the National name in the United States, except for early imported products, but rice cookers bearing the National name, imported from Japan, can be found at many ethnic Asian markets in the United States. National is well known throughout Asia as a reputable manufacturer of domestic appliances, such as rice cookers and electric fans. In 2004, the "National" brand was gradually phased out in Asia, the last market it was used in, with most products being rebadged under the "Panasonic" brand due to trademark restrictions with other companies worldwide containing "National" in their name and Matsushita's desire to unify their businesses under the Panasonic name for greater recognition.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
nash′un-al, adj. pertaining to a nation: public: general: attached to one's own country.—n. Nationalisā′tion, the act of nationalising, as of railways, private property, &c.: the state of being nationalised.—v.t. Nat′ionalise, to make national: to make a nation of.—ns. Nat′ionalism; Nat′ionalist, one who strives after national unity or independence, esp. as in Ireland for more or less separation from Great Britain: an advocate of nationalism: National′ity, birth or membership in a particular country: separate existence as a nation: a nation, race of people: national character.—adv. Nat′ionally.—n. Nat′ionalness.—National air, anthem, the popular song by which a people's patriotic feelings are expressed; National Church, the church established by law in a country; National Convention, the sovereign assembly which sat from Sept. 21, 1792, to Oct. 26, 1795, after the abolition of monarchy in France; National debt, money borrowed by the government of a country and not yet paid; National flag, or ensign, the principal flag of a country; National guard, a force which took part in the French Revolution, first formed in 1789.
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Rank popularity for the word 'national' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #215
Written Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'national' in Written Corpus Frequency: #527
Rank popularity for the word 'national' in Adjectives Frequency: #15
The numerical value of national in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of national in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
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- قومي, وَطَنيّ, الوطنيArabic
- народен, националенBulgarian
- nacionalCatalan, Valencian
- Staats-, nationalGerman
- nacional, ciudadanoSpanish
- kodanik, riiklik, rahvuslikEstonian
- ناسیونال, ملیPersian
- kansallis-, kansallinen, kansalainen, kansanFinnish
- national, nationaleFrench
- nàiseantaScottish Gaelic
- nasyonalHaitian Creole
- állami, nemzeti, országosHungarian
- bangsa, nasional, kebangsaanMalay
- landelijk, nationaalDutch
- nasjonalNorwegian Nynorsk
- narodowy, krajowyPolish
- государственный, национальный, народныйRussian
- državen, narodenSlovene
- medborgare, nationellSwedish
- ulusal, millîTurkish
- Quốc giaVietnamese
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