1. A dispersion of people from their homeland.
2. A local metal band from Atlanta Georgia.
1. The Armenians in America are a diaspora.
2. There was a huge mosh pit when I saw Diaspora in concert in Atlanta.
by Pat November 7, 2004
A community of people who do not inhabit their homelands. Usually a group moved enmass for a period of time in history which now only immigrate in small numbers.
Australians, Americans and South Africans are the diaspora of England.
by waffle July 26, 2004
A new social network content like facebook, created by 4 NY university students. But unlike facebook, it's the privacy aware, personally controlled, do-it-all, open source social network. The service starts in September, 2010.
A: Have you heard about new social network called diaspora?
B: Yeah, I might quit facebook and join that instead.
by clashthunder August 28, 2010
noun, countable
the spreading of Jewish ethnocentrism to other areas
Miss Rubinstein has taught us the meaning of diaspora.
by Amamo-chan January 11, 2006
A political vote in the Eurovision Song Contest. When immigrants vote for their country of origin because they want to support their country regardless of the quality of the song.
Turkey's high score in 2007 was mainly due to diaspora voting in France, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom.
by Tamaki May 19, 2007
a sexual practice of fucking somebody elses daugher in front of her dad while being a diasporant.
Man you should have seen her father's face while i was giving her the diaspora cuck
by seiyo September 26, 2021
The brain-drain science & tech intelluctuals & experts scattered around the globe who get called by their countries. (optional)
brain gain...again, India?
The conference stressed on many issues , but focused mainly on the brain diaspora option and the 'leaky pipeline' problem of PhDers leaving science.
by hytham_hammer July 13, 2005