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Rodina (Bulgarian and Russian Родина: "motherland", Czech: "Family") may refer to one of the following:
- Evgeniya Rodina (born 1989), Russian tennis player
- Irina Rodina (born 1973), Russian judoka
- Vadym Rodina (born 1988), Ukrainian football defender
- Yelena Gulyayeva (née Rodina, 1967), Russian high jumper
- Rodina, a village in Ariniș Commune, Maramureş County, Romania
- Rodina Stadium (Khimki), Russia
- Rodina Stadium (Kirov), Russia
- Hotel Rodina in Sofia, Bulgaria
- Rodina (political party), a political party of Russia
- Rodina (TV series), a Russian television series based on the Israeli series Hatufim and the American series Homeland
- Rodina (magazine), a Russian historical illustrated magazine
- Rodina-class motorship, a Russian river passenger ship
- Rodina watch I, first Russian automatic wristwatch, made by the First Moscow Watch Factory from 1956 through the early 1960s
- Rodina watch II, a Chinese OEM watch brand, manufactured by the Sea-Gull watch company
- Mother Motherland, a personification of the Soviet Union in artwork
- The Rodina, a graphic design studio based in The Hague, Netherlands
- Rodina Kirov, a Russian bandy club
- Rodinia, ancient supercontinent derived from "Rodina"
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