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Etymology 1Edit

Possibly from Persian مرد(mard). Cognate to Bengali মর্দা (môrda). Also Compare Sanskrit मर्त (marta, man), Nepali मत्ता (mattā, male elephant)

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

মতা (mota)

  1. male

NounEdit

মতা (mota)

  1. man, male animals
  2. (informal): husband
    Synonyms: গিৰি (giri), পতি (poti)

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Etymology 2Edit

From Magadhi Prakrit 𑀫𑀁𑀢 (maṃta), from Sanskrit मन्त्र (mántra). Cognate with Sylheti ꠝꠣꠔꠣ (mata)

Alternative formsEdit

VerbEdit

মতা (mota)

  1. to call
    মোক মাতিছিলে নে?mük matisile ne?Did you call me?
  2. to pronounce
    লিখাখিনি মাতাচোনlikhakhini matasün.Please pronounce the text.
    Synonym: উচ্চাৰণ কৰা (ussaron kora)
  3. to invite
    সিহঁতক মতা হ’লxihõtok mota hól.They have been invited.
    Synonyms: আমন্ত্ৰণ কৰা (amontron kora), নিমন্ত্ৰণ কৰা (nimontron kora)
  4. to talk
    তাইক কেলেই নামাতা?taik kelei namata?Why don't you talk to her?
    Synonym: কথা পতা (kotha pota)
ConjugationEdit

PaliEdit

Alternative formsEdit

AdjectiveEdit

মতা

  1. Bengali script form of matā, which is inflection of মত (mata, dead; thought):
    1. masculine/neuter ablative singular
    2. masculine nominative/vocative plural
    3. feminine nominative singular/plural
    4. feminine vocative/accusative plural

NounEdit

মতা

  1. Bengali script form of matā, which is ablative singular of মত (mata, opinion)