Common misspellings for nation:
antion, nomiation, mnetion, vachon, nausious, negiation, santion, nationas, natrion, natioinal, nashun, neion, natin, natiion, juntion, nissian, notaion, donoation, patiom, kition, aution, mation, meantion, inetion, negotioan, ponation, ciation, cuation, norsiagon, urnation, nationla, founation, hattion, nayone, lation, cation, hiatian, nachine, attion, nagation, negoation, nothion, nasion, nationl, doantion, inertion, qution, naitions, menation, quation, pation, natioin, neausious, urniation, duartion, norsistion, bartione, rention, notious, gneration, natios, antione, ceation, inition, novation, natiave, dontion, contion, notition, neogation, untion, natiosn, natan, otion, naiton, nathon, nasious, stion, hatian, sition, atian, nahtan, natio, buttion, fition, natioal, anation, nationial, douation, natioins, naton, nitin, norciagon, nuturtion, unision, natianal, negiotion, notign, aetion, notioned, nationa, naition, nurtion, partion, tuation, vition, tution, catioun, neogiation, naitional, nausiane, asion, matian, patian, fation, anttion, nurition, nofition, quoation, unusion, vation, nathen, nnational, nonuion, fasanation, cition, doation, natioanal, connation, mntion, nutation, hernation, pasion, natioanl, enotion, dation, sation, mantion, nausio, paetion, beaution, vioation, negoatioan, mition, seation, ntionl, uation, initiaion, noation, wnating, naigation, conetion, nention, saution, netioned, senation, nurtation, fasonation, nating, meation, naion, nition, euation, natani3, fortion, tation, narrition, suiation, nomation, nasions, vaation, geneation, funtion, antionio, punuation, natious, gernation, ntion, petion, natiopnal, nattional, nationan, diation, genertion, nartional, genartion, mnasion, queation, noton, geneartion, ination, natiol, runiation, natona, aertion, inniation, natioonal, rationa, naration, martion, negioation, nattion, sattion, natuion, rasion, nalichno, nasional, notin, paasion, donnation, tiotion, renoation, nuttin, nathin, natahn, antiono, inuition, natioial, duation, ation, negoeation, nation''s, natison, dination, nautious, sttion, neogoation, nataion, nelsion, suation, mainatian, certion, negotion, iniation, siuation, autioneer, nathna, natiaonal, ancian, paytion, negoition, attian, naythign, citttion, denition, donationa, donattion, eition, lationo, funetion, gettion, nansion, enation, natino, naturn, nission, notioce, notiion, nurrition, roeinattion, roienattion, paation, tiuation, venietion, naticida e, jation, hation, nztion, nstion, nwtion, nqtion, nafion, nagion, nayion, na6ion, na5ion, natuon, natjon, natkon, natoon, nat9on, nat8on, natiin, natikn, natiln, natipn, nati0n, nati9n, natiob, natiom, natioj, natioh, bnation, nbation, nmation, jnation, njation, hnation, nhation, nzation, naztion, nsation, nwation, nawtion, nqation, naqtion, nartion, naftion, natfion, nagtion, natgion, naytion, natyion, na6tion, nat6ion, na5tion, nat5ion, natiuon, natjion, natijon, natkion, natikon, natoion, natioon, nat9ion, nati9on, nat8ion, nati8on, natiokn, natilon, natioln, natipon, natiopn, nati0on, natio0n, natio9n, natiobn, nationb, natiomn, nationm, natiojn, nationj, natiohn, nationh, ntaion, natoin, nnation, naation, nationn, oation, netion, nction, na4ion, napion, navion, nauion, natyon, nataon, natmon, natign, natimn, natinn, natiof, natioo, natayeon, nateyeon, n ation, na tion, nat ion, nati on, natio n.
Definition of nation:
- A great number; a great deal; -- by way of emphasis; as, a nation of herbs.
- A people, or aggregation of men, existing in the form of an organized jural society, inhabiting a distinct portion of the earth, speaking the same language, using the same customs, possessing historic continuity, and distinguished from other like groups by their racial origin and characteristics, and generally, but not necessarily, living under the same government and sovereignty. See Montoya v. U. S., 180 U. S. 201, 21 Sup. Ct 358, 45 L. Ed. 521; Worcester v. Georgia, 6 Pet. 539, 8 L. Ed. 483; Republic of Honduras v. Soto, 112 N. Y. 310, 19 N. E. 845, 2 L. R. A. 042, 8 Am. St. Rep. 744. Besides the element of autonomy or self-government, that is, the independence of the community as a whole from the interference of any foreign power in its affairs or any subjection to such power, it is further necessary to the constitution of a nation that it should be an organized jural society, that is, both governing its own members by regular laws, and defining and protecting their rights, and respecting the rights and duties which attach to it as a constituent member of the family of nations. Such a society, says Vattel, has her affairs and her interests ; she deliberates and takes resolutions in common; thus becoming a moral person, who possesses an understanding and will peculiar to herself, and is susceptible of obligations and rights. Vattel.
- the people who live in a nation or country; " a statement that sums up the nation's mood"; " the news was announced to the nation"; " the whole country worshipped him"
- a politically organized body of people under a single government; " the state has elected a new president"; " African nations"; " students who had come to the nation's capitol"; " the country's largest manufacturer"; " an industrialized land"
- a federation of tribes ( especially native American tribes); " the Shawnee nation"
- A part, or division, of the people of the earth, distinguished from the rest by common descent, language, or institutions; a race; a stock.
- The body of inhabitants of a country, united under an independent government of their own.
- Family; lineage.
- One of the divisions of university students in a classification according to nativity, formerly common in Europe.
- One of the four divisions ( named from the parts of Scotland) in which students were classified according to their nativity.
- A great number; a great deal; - by way of emphasis; as, a nation of herbs.
- Those born of the same stock: the people inhabiting the same country, or under the same government: a race: a great number.
- People of one stock, or under a single government.
- A body of people inhabiting the same country; people of the same blood, and sometimes language; a great number.
- The inhabitants of one country united under the same government; a body of people speaking the same language.