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1590s, "compatriot," from Middle French patriote (15c.) and directly from Late Latin patriota "fellow-countryman."

Ironically, in the mid-18th century patriot also meant a “factious disturber of the government”
Our founding fathers were "patriots"
by Journalistic Revolution March 10, 2017

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A government simulation that very few people take seriously. Participants are usually called gay.
Did you vote iDT for iElections Senate?
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by NFL Boy July 18, 2018

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Spanish word for a government worker.
Apaga el porro , ese señor es goberniero.
translation:turn off the joint that man is a government worker.
by babalawo May 02, 2018

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