Also found in: Dictionary, Legal, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for fatherland



Synonyms for fatherland

References in periodicals archive ?
Today Kazakhstan celebrates the Fatherland Defender's Day and holds a military parade in Astana main square to mark the 70th anniversary of victory in the World War II.
So many words for fatherland treason, for espionage in the interest of the world agents in Macedonia haven't been heard since the taking over power in Czechoslovakia in 1948.
Tymoshenko is seen as a top contender owing to her name recognition, her movie star looks, her "martyr" cache as a just released "political prisoner," and, perhaps most importantly, the fact that members of her Fatherland Party and other allies now occupy many top slots in the Parliament and the executive offices of the interim government.
AN OFFICER AND A SPY Robert Harris Hutchinson, out Thursday CHOICE er-The best-selling author of Fatherland has turned to a true story for his latest thriller - the Dreyfus Affair, the famous wrongful conviction for treason of a Jewish army officer in France in 1895.
Turtshinov and Tymoshenko co-founded the opposition Fatherland party.
hiring of sound and lighting equipment, greet the fatherland nancagua and cunaco 2013.
North Korea commemorates Fatherland Liberation War Day on July 27 to mark the end of the Korean War, which lasted from 1950 to 1953.
This "case" doesn't even refer to Fatherland Front but to another TV programme presented by me, which is in a completely different format.
Reading Faith and Fatherland was a real feast for me, and it is recommended for both Poles and non-Poles who want a flesh perspective on the role of a church that has never been synonymous with the Polish state.
In its initial response to the offer, the North's Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Fatherland denounced it as ''ridiculous'' and an attempt to disarm and invade the North.
Major themes are the persistence of the Rus' legacy, the impact of Slavia Orthodoxa, the Polish/Western influence, the concept of a Ukrainian Cossack fatherland, the imperial Russian idea, and the modern Ukrainian national project.
The market, which caters to beer-swilling binge-drinkers, bratwurst-munchers and shoppers seeking tacky gifts may now be bigger than anything in the Fatherland itself.
The second largest single national element in the group, with 15 members, is Poland's Law and Justice Party which has banned gay marches for being "sexually obscene"; while alongside an odd collection of Czechs and Hungarian right wingers is the Latvian Fatherland and Freedom party which has members who have honoured Waffen SS veterans in the past.
Robert Harris, the Nottingham-born former BBC journalist turned acclaimed thriller writer, was angered by the liberties taken with his first book, Fatherland (set in a world where the Nazis won the Second World War and Hitler is still alive), when it was filmed by HBO.
The row looks set to continue with the attendance of the leader of Latvia's For Fatherland and Freedom party, Robert Zile, at a fringe meeting at the Tory Party Conference in Manchester.