Definition of Patte

1. a narrow band keeping a belt in place [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Patte

patronymic
patronymical
patronymically
patronymick
patronymics
patronyms
patroon
patroons
patroonship
patroonships
pats
patsies
patsy
pattamar
pattamars
patte (current term)
patted
pattee
pattemar
pattemars
patten
pattened
pattening
pattens
patter
patteran
pattered
patterer
patterers
pattering

Literary usage of Patte

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1. The Mutineers of the Bounty and Their Descendants in Pitcairn and Norfolk by Diana Jolliffe Belcher (1871)
"Bishop patte- son attacked by the Natives of Santa Cruz.—Massacre of Fisher Young and Edwin Nobbs. WE must make some observations previous to inserting a ..."

2. Vital Records of Billerica, Massachusetts to the Year 1850 by Billerica, Mass, Billerica (Mass.) (1908)
"DAVISE, patte and Abraham Taylor, Apr. 3, 1799.* Polly and Jonath[an] Bond, Sept. 29, 1799.* DEAN (see Deane), Ebenezer and Mary Rogers, wid., Dec. 7, 1732. ..."

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