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A patriot is someone who feels a strong support for their country. See also Patriotism.
Patriot(s) may also refer to:
- Patriot Party (disambiguation), various political parties
- Patriot (American Revolution) those who supported the cause of independence in the American Revolution
- Patriot (Spanish American Revolution), those who supported the cause of South American independence in the Spanish American wars of independence
- USA PATRIOT Act, an act of federal legislation in the United States passed in response to the attacks of September 11
- Patriots (faction), a Dutch group that was opposed to the Orangists in the United Provinces in the 18th century
- Patriote movement, those who supported independence for what is now Québec, Canada, during the Lower Canada Rebellion
- Christian Patriot movement, a far-right Christian conservative movement in the United States
- Patriot movement, a small-government or antigovernment conservative movement in the United States
- Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, a political party in Iraqi Kurdistan
- American Patriot Party, United States Political Party 2003 - Constitution Originalism
- Patriot War of 1837–1838, a campaign in eastern Michigan in the United States and in the Windsor, Ontario area of Canada
- MIM-104 Patriot, a surface-to-air missile system (SAM)
- USS Patriot (MCM-7), a U.S. Navy mine countermeasures ship
- The Patriot Ledger, a newspaper covering the south shore of Massachusetts
- California Patriot, a conservative student magazine of the University of California, Berkeley
- The Lebanon Patriot, a now-defunct American newspaper published weekly in Lebanon, Ohio
- SIRIUS Patriot, a conservative satellite radio network.
- Jon Arthur (radio host), a conservative patriot radio talk show host.
- Patriot Day, a U.S. holiday established in remembrance of those killed in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001
- Patriots' Day, a holiday in the U.S. states of Massachusetts, Maine, and Wisconsin in honor of Lexington and Concord
- New England Patriots, an American football team of the National Football League, based in Foxborough, Massachusetts
- El Paso Patriots, a soccer team of the USL Premier Development League, based in El Paso, Texas
- Patriot Stadium, a soccer stadium in El Paso, Texas
- Fayetteville Patriots, a defunct basketball team of the National Basketball Development League team, based in Fayetteville, North Carolina
- Ozark Patriots, a baseball team based in Ozark, Alabama
- Patriot League, a college athletic conference that operates in the northeastern United States
- Somerset Patriots, a minor league baseball team based in Bridgewater, New Jersey
- George Mason Patriots, the name given to the athletics teams from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia
- Patriot, a fictional assault pistol with anomalous properties used in the video game Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater
- Patriot (comics), two fictional characters in the Marvel Comics universe sometimes referred to as "The Patriot"
- Patriots: A Novel of Survival in the Coming Collapse (1995/2009), the first book in the Patriots Novels Series by James Wesley Rawles
- Patriots (film), a 1937 German film directed by Karl Ritter
- Patriots (Metal Gear), a secret society in the Metal Gear video game series
- Patriot (video game), a 1993 strategy game about the Gulf War
- LMS Patriot Class, a class of express passenger steam locomotive
- Patriot (Worlds of Fun), a roller coaster in Worlds of Fun amusement park
- Patriot, Indiana, a town in the United States
- Patriot, Ohio, a town in the United States
- Jeep Patriot, a compact SUV manufactured by Chrysler, LLC
- UAZ Patriot, a mid-sized SUV manufactured by UAZ
- Patriots Jet Team, a civilian aerobatic formation team in the United States
- Patriot, the mascot of K-12 Temecula Preparatory School in Temecula, California, United States
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