they changed their nationality and became Lebanese
Distinctive national or ethnic character
the change of a name does not discard nationality
Patriotic sentiment; nationalism
An ethnic group forming a part of one or more political nations
all the main nationalities of Ethiopia
people having common origins or traditions and often comprising a nation; "immigrants of the same nationality often seek each other out"; "such images define their sense of nationality"
the status of belonging to a particular nation by birth or naturalization
Nationality is membership of a nation or sovereign state. Nationality can be acquired by birth within the jurisdiction of a state, by inheritance from parents, or by a process of naturalization. ...
(Nationalities) Ethnic groups that once had, or wish to have or regain, autonomous political status (their own country).
A people linked by a common language, culture, history, and territory who may have developed a common economic and political life; an individual's ethnic background. Not to be confused with an individual's country of citizenship.
The country of a person’s citizenship or country in which the person is deemed a national.
This entry provides the identifying terms for citizens - noun and adjective.
We've been tracking English-speaking nationality explicitly, and non-native nationality by IP address, but now we're including a full list of countries for non-native speakers, so that we can be sure any country comparisons we perform are accurate.
Nationality represents a person’s political status by virtue of which he/she owes allegiance to some particular country.
The position of belonging to (or originating from) a specific country.
is a group of people thought to have (or believe they have) a common geo-political identity.
A term that refers to country of origin.
Identity with a group of people that share legal attachment and personal allegiance to a particular place as a result of being born there.
Officially being a citizen of a nation or belonging to that country, such as being American, Vietnamese, or Guatemalan.
Italian-American. They live in America, but they have a thick Italian accent, which strongly hints that they come from Italy.
noun: Gabonese (singular and plural) adjective: Gabonese