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What do you call country where parents were born?

What do you call country where parents were born?

I am looking for a word that refers to the country in which one’s parents were born. Something similar to mother-tongue except for location instead of language? It’s worth looking at some figures from Google Books here…

Are there any founding fathers born outside the United States?

The answer has to be yes no matter how you determine who qualifies as a Founding Father. You could say that the first seven presidents, plus the ninth, were all born “outside” the U.S. because the United States did not exist when they were born.

Which is your motherland or Fatherland where you were born?

Since your motherland or fatherland is where you were born, presumably your parent’s would be your grandmotherland or grandfatherland. – Janus Bahs Jacquet Jan 30 ’17 at 9:11 I think either this isn’t the right answer, or OP doesn’t quite understand what he’s asking.

Where does your mother’s country of birth come from?

You could be from a long line of Irishmen, then your grandparents moved to England and gave birth to your mother. So your ancestral home is Ireland, but your mother’s country of birth is England. — Note that the OP asked specifically for a word to describe the country where your parents were born. – KumaAra Sep 12 ’17 at 2:14

How many fathers are not the biological father?

Of all the possible fathers who take a paternity test, about 32% are not the biological father. But remember, this is 1/3 of men who have a reason to take a paternity test - not 1/3 of all men. That is a huge difference!

Where did the 30% not the father statistic come from?

This would mean that out of a class of 60 students, 20 of them are growing up calling the wrong man dad. Where did this 30% figure come from? This is an often misunderstood statistic provided by some paternity test labs regarding the percentage paternity tests with a ‘not the father’ result.

I am looking for a word that refers to the country in which one’s parents were born. Something similar to mother-tongue except for location instead of language? It’s worth looking at some figures from Google Books here…

Since your motherland or fatherland is where you were born, presumably your parent’s would be your grandmotherland or grandfatherland. – Janus Bahs Jacquet Jan 30 ’17 at 9:11 I think either this isn’t the right answer, or OP doesn’t quite understand what he’s asking.