Definition of Matres

1. Noun. (plural of mater#English mater) ¹



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Definition of Matres

1. mater [n] - See also: mater

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Matres

matnakash
matoke
matokes
matooke
matookes
matorral
matr-
matra
matraca
matracas
matraite
matranee
matranees
matres (current term)
matres lectionis
matresfamilias
matress
matresses
matri-
matriarch
matriarchal
matriarchalism
matriarchally
matriarchate
matriarchates
matriarchial
matriarchic
matriarchies

Literary usage of Matres

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1. Mother's Day: Its History, Origin, Celebration, Spirit, and Significance as by Susan Tracy Rice, Robert Haven Schauffler (1915)
"... them as our right — and think no more about them, giving them belated appreciation when they are gone. * By courtesy of the Overland Monthly. matres ..."

2. Transactions of the Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society edited by Charles William Sutton (1898)
"The Deae matres. Stone found at Newcastle.—Cat. Black Gate Mus., p. 3. Fig 8. ... 19 grs. f the worship of the Dea~ The letters are stamped with matres. ..."

3. Collectanea Anglo-premonstratensia: Documents Drawn from the Original by Francis Aidan Gasquet, Royal Historical Society (Great Britain), Premonstratensians (1904)
"... suos;l et qui vobiscum vivunt in claustro sint vobis patres et matres, fratres et sorores, tarn affectu, ..."

4. Ballades and Verses Vain by Andrew Lang (1884)
"ALMAE matres. (St. Andrews, 1862. Oxford, 1865.) ". Andrews by the Northern sea, A haunted town it is to me! A little city, worn and grey, The grey North ..."

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