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1 hour ago, hamradio said:

Motherland vs. Fatherland

https://www.dictionary.com/e/motherland-vs-fatherland/

Germans and Austrians used the terminology long before Hitler or the Nazi's came along.

WWI_postcards_German_and_Austrian_soldie

 

 

Groups that refer to their native country as a  "fatherland"

Groups with languages that refer to their native country as a "fatherland" include:

the Arabs as أرض الآباء 'arḍ al-'abā' ("land of the fathers")

the Afrikaners as Vaderland

the Albanians as Atdhe

the Austrians as Vaterland

the Arakaneses as A pha rakhaing pray (အဖရခိုင်ပြည်)

the Azerbaijanis as vətən (from Arabic)

the Belarusians as Baćkaŭščyna (Бацькаўшчына)

the Bulgarians as Tatkovina (Татковина) and Otechestvo (Отечество)

the Czechs as otčina

the Chechens as "Daimokh"

the Danes as fædreland

the Dutch, as vaderland

the Estonians as isamaa (as in the national anthem Mu isamaa, mu õnn ja rõõm)

the Finns as isänmaa

the Frisians as heitelân

the Flemings as Vaderland

the Georgians as Samshoblo (სამშობლო - "[land] of parents") or Mamuli (მამული)

the Germans, as Vaterland[6] (as in the national anthem Das Lied der Deutschen)

the Ancient Greeks as πατρις patris

the Greeks as πατριδα patrida

the Icelanders as föðurland literally meaning "land of the father"

the Iranians as mīhan (میهن) or vatan (وطن - Arabic loanword)

the Irish as Athartha

the Kazakhs as atameken

the Latvians as tēvzeme

the Liechtensteiners as Vaterland

the Lithuanians as tėvynė

the Nigerians as fatherland

the Norwegians as fedreland

the Oromo as Biyya Abaa

the Pakistanis as Vatan (madr-e-millat means motherland. Not fatherland)

the Poles as ojczyzna in common language literally meaning "fatherland", ziemia ojcówliterally meaning "land of fathers", sometimes used in the phrase ziemia ojców naszych literally meaning "land of our fathers"

the Russians as Otečestvo (Отечество)

the Serbs as otadžbina (отаџбина)

the Somali as Dhulka Abaa, land of the father

the Swedes as Fädernesland

the Swiss as Vaterland (as in the national anthem Swiss Psalm)

the Thais as pituphum (ปิตุภูมิ), the word is adapted from Sanskrit

the Tibetans as pha yul (ཕ་ཡུལ་)

the Ukrainians as batʹkivshchyna (батьківщина) or vitchyzna (вітчизна)

the Welsh as the land of my fathers (Y Wlad Fy Nhadau)

Which reminds me.

 trump's grandfather drumpf got kicked out of Germany because he was a Draft Dodger too. It must run in families.

I didn't realize bone spurs were hereditary. LOL

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10 hours ago, hamradio said:

Motherland vs. Fatherland

https://www.dictionary.com/e/motherland-vs-fatherland/

Germans and Austrians used the terminology long before Hitler or the Nazi's came along.

WWI_postcards_German_and_Austrian_soldie

 

 

Groups that refer to their native country as a  "fatherland"

Groups with languages that refer to their native country as a "fatherland" include:

the Arabs as أرض الآباء 'arḍ al-'abā' ("land of the fathers")

the Afrikaners as Vaderland

the Albanians as Atdhe

the Austrians as Vaterland

the Arakaneses as A pha rakhaing pray (အဖရခိုင်ပြည်)

the Azerbaijanis as vətən (from Arabic)

the Belarusians as Baćkaŭščyna (Бацькаўшчына)

the Bulgarians as Tatkovina (Татковина) and Otechestvo (Отечество)

the Czechs as otčina

the Chechens as "Daimokh"

the Danes as fædreland

the Dutch, as vaderland

the Estonians as isamaa (as in the national anthem Mu isamaa, mu õnn ja rõõm)

the Finns as isänmaa

the Frisians as heitelân

the Flemings as Vaderland

the Georgians as Samshoblo (სამშობლო - "[land] of parents") or Mamuli (მამული)

the Germans, as Vaterland[6] (as in the national anthem Das Lied der Deutschen)

the Ancient Greeks as πατρις patris

the Greeks as πατριδα patrida

the Icelanders as föðurland literally meaning "land of the father"

the Iranians as mīhan (میهن) or vatan (وطن - Arabic loanword)

the Irish as Athartha

the Kazakhs as atameken

the Latvians as tēvzeme

the Liechtensteiners as Vaterland

the Lithuanians as tėvynė

the Nigerians as fatherland

the Norwegians as fedreland

the Oromo as Biyya Abaa

the Pakistanis as Vatan (madr-e-millat means motherland. Not fatherland)

the Poles as ojczyzna in common language literally meaning "fatherland", ziemia ojcówliterally meaning "land of fathers", sometimes used in the phrase ziemia ojców naszych literally meaning "land of our fathers"

the Russians as Otečestvo (Отечество)

the Serbs as otadžbina (отаџбина)

the Somali as Dhulka Abaa, land of the father

the Swedes as Fädernesland

the Swiss as Vaterland (as in the national anthem Swiss Psalm)

the Thais as pituphum (ปิตุภูมิ), the word is adapted from Sanskrit

the Tibetans as pha yul (ཕ་ཡུལ་)

the Ukrainians as batʹkivshchyna (батьківщина) or vitchyzna (вітчизна)

the Welsh as the land of my fathers (Y Wlad Fy Nhadau)

So which country are the "brilliant Southern Intellectuals of the Past" referring to as the Fatherland?  Because the only ones who can claim the South as the Fatherland would be Native American groups native to the South.

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8 minutes ago, Arturo said:

So which country are the "brilliant Southern Intellectuals of the Past" referring to as the Fatherland?  Because the only ones who can claim the South as the Fatherland would be Native American groups native to the South.

Actually Native Americans refer it as "Mother Earth"

(guess that's close to Motherland  :unsure:)

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