See also:term still used primarily of persons possessing civic rights in a
See also:borough; thus used also of a townsman as opposed to a countryman . The more extended use of the word, however, corresponding to civitas, gives "
See also:citizen " the meaning of one who is a constituent member of a state in
See also:international relations and as such has full
See also:national rights and owes a certain
See also:allegiance (q.v.) as opposed to an "
See also:alien"; in republican countries the term is then commonly employed as the
See also:equivalent of " subject " in monarchies of feudal origin . For the rules governing the obtaining of citizenship in this latter sense in the
See also:United States and elsewhere see
See also:NATURALIZATION .
CITIUM (Gr. Kition)
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