Definition of Patrial. Meaning of Patrial. Synonyms of Patrial

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Definition of Patrial

Patrial
Patrial Pa"tri*al, a. [L. patria fatherland, country, fr. pater father.] (Lat. Gram.) Derived from the name of a country, and designating an inhabitant of the country; gentile; -- said of a noun. -- n. A patrial noun. Thus Romanus, a Roman, and Troas, a woman of Troy, are patrial nouns, or patrials. --Andrews.

Meaning of Patrial from wikipedia

- A patrial name or geographical surname is a surname or second cognomen given to person deriving from a toponym, the name for a geographical place. It...
- Galfrid or Galfred (Latinised as Galfridus or Galfredus) is an Anglo-Norman variant of the name Geoffrey. It derives, like German Gottfried (Latinised...
- especially primary immigration into the UK. It introduced the concept of patriality or right of abode. It was also partly p****ed to legally clarify the rights...
- Colonies into two types, although their citizenship remained the same: Patrials, who were those from (or with a specified qualifying connection to) the...
- Mononymic Occupational name Patronymic Surname Sobriquet Teknonymic Toponymic Patrial name Uni**** By life situation Aptronym Code name Maiden and married names...
- Mononymic Occupational name Patronymic Surname Sobriquet Teknonymic Toponymic Patrial name Uni**** By life situation Aptronym Code name Maiden and married names...
- many other former and present British residents became classified as non-patrial, as a result of an amendment to the Commonwealth Immigrants Act. The law...
- Commonwealth Immigrants Act 1962. The Immigration Act 1971 relaxed controls on patrials, subjects whose parents or grandparents were born in the United Kingdom...
- outside the British Islands. The Immigration Act 1971 relaxed controls on patrials, those whose parents or grandparents were born in the United Kingdom, and...
- Mononymic Occupational name Patronymic Surname Sobriquet Teknonymic Toponymic Patrial name Uni**** By life situation Aptronym Code name Maiden and married names...