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Hinterland vs. Homeland

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Hinterlandnoun

The land immediately next to, and inland from, a coast.

Homelandnoun

The country that one regards as home.

Hinterlandnoun

The rural territory surrounding an urban area, especially a port.

Homelandnoun

One's country of residence.

Hinterlandnoun

A remote or undeveloped area, a backwater.

Homelandnoun

One's country of birth.

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Hinterlandnoun

(figuratively) That which is unknown or unexplored about someone.

Homelandnoun

The traditional territory of an ethnic group.

Hinterlandnoun

(figuratively) Anything vague or ill-defined, especially something that is ill understood.

Homelandnoun

An area set aside for black South Africans under the policy of apartheid.

Hinterlandnoun

a remote and undeveloped area; originally, the land or region lying behind the coast district. The term is used esp. with reference to the so-called doctrine of the hinterland, sometimes advanced, that occupation of the coast supports a claim to an exclusive right to occupy, from time to time, the territory lying inland of the coast.

Homelandnoun

the country where you were born

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Hinterlandnoun

a remote and undeveloped area

Homeland

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.

Hinterland

Hinterland is a German word meaning (a city, a port, or similar). The term's use in English was first documented by geographer George Chisholm in his Handbook of Commercial Geography (1888).

‘the land behind’;

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