homeland
Noun

homeland (plural homelands)

  1. The country that one regards as home.
  2. One's country of residence.
  3. One's country of birth.
  4. The traditional territory of an ethnic group.
  5. (South Africa, historical) An area set aside for black South Africans under the policy of apartheid.
    Synonyms: bantustan
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