Nationality
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Nationality

English

Etymology

From national +‎ -ity, recorded since 1691, perhaps modelled on French nationalité; ultimately from Latin n?tio ("nation, people").

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /?næ.'næl.?.ti/, /?næ?.'næl.?.ti/, /-'næl.?.ti/, /-'næl.ti/
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  • Hyphenation: na?tion?al?i?ty, na?tion?al?ity

Noun

nationality (plural nationalities)

  1. Membership of a particular nation or state, by origin, birth, naturalization, ownership, allegiance or otherwise.
  2. National, i.e. ethnic and/or cultural, character or identity.
  3. A people sharing a common origin, culture and/or language, and possibly constituting a nation-state.
  4. Political existence, independence or unity as a national entity.
  5. (archaic) Nationalism or patriotism.

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