Etymology
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homeland (n.)

1660s, from home (n.) + land (n.). Old English hamland meant "enclosed pasture." Not in Century Dictionary (U.S., 1910); in more extensive use in U.S. after 2001.

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Definitions of homeland

homeland (n.)
the country where you were born;
Synonyms: fatherland / motherland / mother country / country of origin / native land
From wordnet.princeton.edu