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From Middle English citizen, from Anglo-Norman citesain (“burgher; city-dweller”) &c., probably a variant of cithein under influence of deinzein (“denizen”), from Anglo-Norman and Old French citeain &c. and citaien &c. ("burgher"; modern French citoyen), from cite ("settlement; cathedral city, city"; modern French cité) + -ain or -ien (“-an, -ian”). See city and hewe.
- (obsolete) A resident of a city or town, particularly:
- (historical) A freeman or burgher: a legally-recognized member of an incorporated city.
- (obsolete) A member of the early modern urban middle class, distinguished from nobles and landed gentry on one side and from peasants, craftsmen, and laborers on the other.
- (Christianity) A resident or future resident of the heavenly city or (later) of the kingdom of God: a Christian; a good Christian.
- A legally-recognized member of a state, with associated rights and obligations; a person considered in terms of this role, particularly:
- 1990, House of Cards, Season 1, Episode 4:
2012 January 1, Steven Sloman, “The Battle Between Intuition and Deliberation”, in American Scientist, volume 100, number 1, page 74:
- Libertarian paternalism is the view that, because the way options are presented to citizens affects what they choose, society should present options in a way that “nudges” our intuitive selves to make choices that are more consistent with what our more deliberative selves would have chosen if they were in control.
- (dated) A member of a state that is not a monarchy.
- (historical, usually capitalized) A term of address among French citizens during the French Revolution or towards its supporters elsewhere; (later, dated) a term of address among socialists and communists.
- An inhabitant: a member of any place.
- A private citizen: a civilian, as opposed to a police officer, professional soldier, or other (usually state) group.
- (computing) An object.
- (legally-recognized member of a city): burgess, burgher, freeman
- (member of the early-modern urban middle class): tradesman
- (legally-recognized member of a state): countryman, national
- (term of address among communists): comrade
- (member of a place): resident, denizen, local, inhabitant, native, occupant
- (legally-recognized member of a city): citess, citizeness (female)
- (legally-recognized member of a state): first-class citizen, second-class citizen, third-class citizen; native; naturalized citizen; senior citizen
- (コンピューター, person who is legally recognized as a member または resident): first-class citizen, second-class citizen, third-class citizen
- citizen band, citizens band, citizens' band, CB
- citizen journalism
- citizen journalist
- citizen king
- citizen life
- citizen magistrate
- citizen media, citizens' media
- citizen prince
- citizen of nature
- citizen of the world
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