matere

Middle EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin māter (mother).

NounEdit

matere

  1. womb
    • ante 1475: Ludus Coventriæ, XLI: “The Assumption of the Virgin”, lines 5–8
      At fourten yer sche conseyved Cryste in hire matere clere,
      And in the fiftene yer sche chyldyd, this avowe dare I;
      Here lyvyng wyth that swete sone thre and thretty yere,
      And after his deth in erthe xij. yer dede sche tary.

DescendantsEdit


Serbo-CroatianEdit

NounEdit

matere

  1. genitive plural form of mati
  2. nominative plural form of mati
  3. accusative plural form of mati
  4. vocative plural form of mati
Last modified on 31 August 2013, at 19:56