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A homeland is the concept of the place where a cultural, national, or racial identity had formed. The definition can also mean simply one's country of birth. When used as a proper noun, the Homeland, as well as its equivalents in other languages, often has ethnic nationalism, ethnic nationalist connotations. A homeland may also be referred to as a ''fatherland'', a ''motherland'', or a ''mother country'', depending on the culture and language of the nationality in question. Motherland Motherland refers to a ''mother country'', i.e. the place in which somebody grew up or had lived for a long enough period that somebody has formed their own cultural identity, the place that one's ancestors lived for generations, or the place that somebody regards as home, or a Metropole in contrast to its colonies. People often refer to personifications of Russia, Mother Russia as a personification of the Russian nation. The Philippines is also considered as a motherland which is derived from ...
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Eugene is a common masculine given name that comes from the Greek language, Greek εὐγενής (''eugenēs''), "noble", literally "well-born", from εὖ (''eu''), "well" and γένος (''genos''), "race, stock, kin".γένος
Henry George Liddell, Robert Scott, ''A Greek-English Lexicon'', on Perseus Gene is a common shortened form. The feminine variant is Eugenia (name), Eugenia or Eugenie. Egon, a common given name in parts of central and northern Europe, is also a variant of Eugene / Eugine. Other male foreign-language variants include:


People

Notable people with the given name Eugene or Eugène include:


Christianity

*Pope Eugene I (died 657), Italian pope from 655 to 657 *Pope Eugene II (died 827), Italian pope from 824 to 827 *Pope Eugene III (d ...
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