mats – Wiktionary

mats - Wiktionary

English[edit]

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Noun[edit]

mats

  1. plural of mat

Verb[edit]

mats

  1. Third-person singular easy current indicative type of mat

Anagrams[edit]

  • ASTM, ATMs, MAST, MTAs, Mast, Stam, amts, mast, mast-, stam, tams

Aromanian[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin matia, in all probability remade from the plural type. Examine Romanian maț, mațe; additionally Sardinian matza (stomach), macia, massa, matta.

Noun[edit]

mats n (plural matsã)

  1. bowel, gut

Derived phrases[edit]


Noun[edit]

mats m

  1. plural of mat

Romanization[edit]

mats

  1. Romanization of

Latvian[edit]

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 mati on Latvian Wikipedia

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Baltic, from Proto-Balto-Slavic *mat-, from Proto-Indo-European *mē-, *m-et- (to mark, to measure), whence additionally Latvian mest (to throw) (older that means “to measure”, from Proto-Indo-European *mē-ti- (measure, knowledge)). The unique that means was thus “measure, mark” (a derived that means of “compensation, cost (for milling grain)” < “amount measured to be given as payment” is attested in older sources and in some dialects). The semantic evolution was “measure” > “physique half used as measure unit” > “small measure / small physique half used as measure unit” > “hair” (word that human and animal hair (wool) was an historic small measure unit amongst many peoples, together with historic Latvians). In some expressions, traces of the sooner that means of mats as “small measure unit” can nonetheless be seen: uz mata (appropriate), mats matā, ne par matu. Cognates embrace Lithuanian mãtas (measure, measure unit), Russian ме́тить (métitʹ, to mark, to label), Sanskrit माति (māti), मिमाति (mā́ti, mimā́ti, to measure), Albanian matë (measure).[1]

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Noun[edit]

mats m (1st declension)

  1. (anatomy, often plural) (head) hair (set of keratin filaments which develop on the highest of a human being’s head)

    gaiši, rudi, tumši, sirmi matigentle (= blond), crimson, darkish, grey hair

    kastaņbrūni matiauburn hair

    kupli, sprogaini, gludi matibushy, curly, clean hair

    normāli, taukaini, sausi matiregular, greasy, dry hair

    matu cirtas, sprogashair curls, locks

    matu pīnehair braid, plait, tress

    apgriezt matusto trim one’s hair, to have a haircut

    nogriezt matus īsusto chop one’s hair quick

    nogriezt, nodzīt matus (uz nulli)tu minimize off one’s hair (to zero)

    matu rullītishair curler

    matu lakahairspray

    matu eļļa, mateļļahair oil

    matu (sa)kārtojumshairdo

    matu mezglshair twists, knots

    līdzās ceļiniekiem stāv meitene ar pelēkām matu pīnēma lady with grey hair braids is standing subsequent to the traveler

    dārzā līkņāja vecs vīrs bez neviena mata uz galvaswithin the backyard an outdated man with none hair on (his) head was stooping

  2. (anatomy, singular or plural) every keratin filament on the physique of human beings or different animals

    mata stiebrshair shaft (above the pores and skin)

    mata saknehair root (within the pores and skin)

    mata sīpolshair bulb (below the pores and skin)

    uz ķermeņa, rokām un kājām mati ir maigi, plāni, tos vēl sauc par pūku… uzacu, plakstu mati ir gari, sarainion the physique, legs and arms hairs are gentle (and) skinny, they’re additionally known as fuzz… eyebrow, eyelid hair (in distinction) is lengthy, stubbly

    āpša ādu kažokrūpniecībā maz izmanto, jo mati rupji un cietibadger pores and skin shouldn’t be used a lot within the fur trade, as a result of (its) hairs are coarse and arduous

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Spanish[edit]

Noun[edit]

mats m pl

  1. plural of mat

Swedish[edit]

Noun[edit]

mats

  1. indefinite genitive singular of mat

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