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LatiNation

noun; blending
weekly, nationally syndicated magazine show that showcases a new generation of Latinos living in the United States This blend was very simple because both words have an ‘n’ to link them together. It’s very difficult to pronounce both n’s in the phrase “Latin nation.” By combining the words together, it is easy to say quickly. Being the name for a television show, it should be easy to say. They combined the words, which even spices it up. This show showcases a new generation of Latinos living in the United States. Knowing this, it is as if the title of the show is referring to the nation in which Latinos are enjoying success. They pay tribute to famous Latinos and explore different traditions among the various Latino cultures that are in the United States. They define the culture of Latinos to the rest of the country. Every week they have “musica, deportes, y cultura” (music, sports, and culture). It is great to be able to see the success of Latinos in the United States. There aren’t many shows that illustrate the culture and traditions of the Latino community. Although it might be a show seen mostly by Latinos, it is on television so that others in the United States can see that the Latino community is progressing and succeeding as much as other ethnic groups are.
 
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Etymology : blend of Latin + nation
Source : Jose, LatiNation host
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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