Mater

Mater is public school slang for mother.
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Mater

Mater is public school slang for mother.
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Mater

[Cars] Sir Tow Mater, or simply Mater, is a character in the 2006 animated Pixar film Cars and its sequel as well as the spin-off series Mater`s Tall Tales. He is voiced by Larry the Cable Guy and inspired by a 1951 International Harvester tow truck. Originally portrayed as a sidekick and friend to Lightning McQueen, he had a breakout role
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Mater

Ma'ter noun [ Latin , mother. See Mother .] See Alma mater , Dura mater , and Pia mater .
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mater

The 'sheltering' coverings of the central nervous system. ... Origin: L. Mother ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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mater

noun an informal use of the Latin word for mother; sometimes used by British schoolboys or used facetiously
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Mater

• (n.) See Alma mater, Dura mater, and Pia mater.
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mater

(from the article `astrolabe`) ...planispheric astrolabe employed by medieval astronomers measured from 8 to 46 cm (3 to 18 inches) and was made of metal—usually brass or iron. It ...
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mater

mater 1. Used in the UK for mother. 2. The Latin word mater is the source of English madrigal, material, maternal, matriculate, matrimony, matrix, matron, and matter. Its ultimate Indo-European ancestor also produced English metropolis and mother.
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Mater

A small adjustable clamp with a baby stud which can be interchanged with a variety of accessories. (Grip)
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mater

  1. informal terms for a mother
  2. not reflecting light; not glossy

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mater

Type: Term Pronunciation: mā′tĕr Definitions: 1. The 'sheltering' coverings of the central nervous system. See: arachnoid mater, dura mater, pia mater
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