pronunciation: IPA: ˈmʌðə /ˈmʌðə/ ˈmʌðɚ /ˈmʌðɚ/ , SAMPA: /"mVD@/ /"mVD@`/          

Translations into Latin:

  • mater   
    (Noun  f) (noun, noun (f.; 3rd declension)   feminine )
     
    female (human) who parents a child, gives birth to a baby, or is pregnant
     
    one’s female parent
  • maximus   
    (Noun  ) (adjective, adjective (2-1-2)   )
     
    something that is the greatest of its kind
  • genetrix   
    (noun, noun (f.; 3rd declension)   feminine )
  • māter   
  • alumnus   
    (adjective, noun, noun (m.; 2nd declension)   masculine )
  • creatrix   
    (noun, noun (f.; 3rd declension)   feminine )
  • dux   
    (noun, noun (c.; 3rd declension)   masculine )
  • mamma   
    (noun, noun (f.; 1st declension)   feminine )
  • matrix   
    (noun   feminine )
  • parens   
    (adjective, noun, adjective (3rd 1-termination), noun (c.; 3rd pure I-stem declension)   masculine and/or feminine )
  • procreatrix   
    (noun (f.; 3rd declension)   )
  • regina   
    (noun, noun (f.; 1st declension)   feminine )
  • rex   
    (noun, noun (m.; 3rd declension)   masculine )

Other meanings:

 
(figuratively) Any person or entity which performs mothering.
 
(euphemism, colloquial) A striking example.
 
(figuratively) A female ancestor.
 
A woman who runs a brothel.
 
A (human) female who (a) parents a child or (b) gives birth to a baby. Sometimes used in reference to a pregnant female, possibly as a shortened form of mother-to-be (c).
 
Give birth to.
 
mother (term used in samurai families prior to the Meiji period)
 
The source of a substance, structure, object.
 
(figuratively) A source or origin, viewed affectionately.
 
A country, region, etc. in relation to its inhabitants.
 
mother (term commonly used until the end of the Meiji period)
 
(figuratively) Any elderly woman, especially within a particular community
 
(when followed by a surname) A title of respect for one's mother-in-law.
 
The Christian Church (usually as "holy mother")
 
The source of something.
 
A female parent of an animal.
 
(transitive) To treat as a mother would be expected to treat her child; to nurture.
 
Term of address to an old or elderly woman.
 
To care for and protect in a motherly way.
 
A woman acting like a mother.
 
The female animal that gave birth to an animal.
 
Something that is the greatest or most significant of its kind.
 
The female head of a religious organization.
 
Title of respect for one's mother-in-law
 
A female parent.
 
A mean, despicable person.
 
to treat as a mother would be expected to
 
A woman who has at least one child.
 
A female ancestor (usually in reference to Eve).
 
(euphemism, vulgar, slang) motherfucker.
 
(polite term for another’s) mother
 
mother (address term)
 
mother (quoting term)
 
The first mold from which other molds are made for the manufacturing of music discs.
 
A term of address to someone who is a female parent (a biological mother or a woman with parental responsibility).

Similar phrases in dictionary English Latin. (58)

A coward's mother does not weeptimidi mater non flet
affectionate term for mothermatercula
be mother ofconcipio
cousin by the mother's sidesobrinus
cousin on the mother's sidesobrina; sobrinus
daughter of father's sister or mother's brotheramitina
foster motheraltrix; mater; nutrix
foster-mothereducatrix; altrix
goddess of nursing mothersRuminalis
having mother livingmatrimus
having two mothersbimatris; bimater
in mother tonguepatrioticus
in right of his motheriure matris
little mothermatercula
mother citymater; Roma
mother EarthNerthus
mother of AchillesThetis
mother of atavus or ataviatritavia
mother of EvanderCarmentis
Mother of GodDeipara; Virgo Maria; Mater Dei
mother of HerculesTirynthius
mother of Ptolemy Epiphanesoenanthe
mother of the MusesMoneta
mother of twinsgemellipara
mother superiorantista
Mother TeresaMater Teresa
mother-in-lawsocrus
mother‐in‐lawsocrus
mother's borotheravunculus
mother's brotheravonculus; aunculus; avunculus
mother's murderermatricida
mother's or father's sisteramitta
mother's sistermatertera
mother's sister's childsobrinus
mother's sister's husbandaunculus; avunculus; avonculus
mother's sister's sonconsobrinus
murder of a mothermatricidium
nourishing motheralma mater
of a mothermaternus
of a step-mothernovercalis
one of two joint mothers-in-lawconsocrus
one's child's mother-in-lawconsocrus
orphan without motherpupillus
peace of mothers, therefore peace of familiespax maternum, ergo pax familiarum
pious motherpia mater
Prague, Mother of CitiesPraga mater urbium
remote ancestor's mothertritavia
repetition is the mother of studyrepetitio est mater studiorum
slaying of a mothermatricidium
son of father's sister or mother's brotheramitinus
son of mother's sistermatruelis
step-mothernoverca
surrogate mothermater surrogata
The mother is always certainMater semper certa est
the mother of the familymater familias
tough motherdura mater
with a living mothermatrimus
worshipped as mother of the godsCybele

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Every mother suckles her own offspring, and never entrusts it to servants and nurses.Sua quemque mater uberibus alit, nec ancillis ac nutricibus delegantur.
"Thereupon, with instant fury, Agrippina rushed into frightful menaces, sparing not the prince's ears her solemn protest ""that Britannicus was now of full age, he who was the true and worthy heir of his father's sovereignty, which a son, by mere admission and adoption, was abusing in outrages on his mother."Praeceps posthac Agrippina ruere ad terrorem et minas, neque principis auribus abstinere, quo minus testaretur adultum iam esse Britannicum, veram dignamque stirpem suscipiendo patris imperio, quod insitus et adoptivus per iniurias matris exerceret.
I went to Disneyland with my mother.Ad terram Disney cum matre ivi.
At Rome meanwhile Lepida, who beside the glory of being one of the Aemilii was the great-granddaughter of Lucius Sulla and Cneius Pompeius, was accused of pretending to be a mother by Publius Quirinus, a rich and childless man.At Romae Lepida, cui super Aemiliorum decus L. Sulla et Cn.
Marie is helping his mother.Maria matrem adiuvat.
He too had been exasperated by the publication of verses of uncertain authorship, pointed at his cruelty, his arrogance, and his dissensions with his mother.hunc quoque asperavere carmina incertis auctoribus vulgata in saevitiam superbiamque eius et discordem cum matre animum.
It was indeed a desperate contest whether the aunt or the mother should have most power over Nero. Lepida tried to win the young prince's heart by flattery and lavish liberality, while Agrippina on the other hand, who could give her son empire but could not endure that he should be emperor, was fierce and full of menace.enimvero certamen acerrimum, amita potius an mater apud Neronem praevaleret: nam Lepida blandimentis ac largitionibus iuvenilem animum devinciebat, truci contra ac minaci Agrippina, quae filio dare imperium, tolerare imperitantem nequibat.
Alice is my mother.Alicia mater mea est.
Next come the Reudigni, the Aviones, the Anglii, the Varini, the Eudoses, the Suardones, and Nuithones who are fenced in by rivers or forests. None of these tribes have any noteworthy feature, except their common worship of Ertha, or mother-Earth, and their belief that she interposes in human affairs, and visits the nations in her car.Reudigni deinde et Aviones et Anglii et Varini et Eudoses et Suardones et Nuithones fluminibus aut silvis muniuntur: nec quidquam notabile in singulis, nisi quod in commune Nerthum, id est Terram matrem colunt, eamque intervenire rebus hominum, invehi populis arbitrantur.
My mother cooks well.Mater mea bene coquit.
I'm not your mother.Mater tua non sum.
Mother goes to the hospital in the morning.Mater mane ad nosocomium it.
Is your mother at home now?Estne mater tua domi?
For Plancina he spoke with shame and conscious disgrace, alleging in excuse the intercession of his mother, secret complaints against whom from all good men were growing more and more vehement.pro Plancina cum pudore et flagitio disseruit, matris preces obtendens, in quam optimi cuiusque secreti questus magis ardescebant.
This even the accused did not refuse, fearing, as he did, the bias of the people and of the Senate; while Tiberius, he knew, was resolute enough to despise report, and was also entangled in his mother's complicity.quod ne reus quidem abnuebat, studia populi et patrum metuens: contra Tiberium spernendis rumoribus validum et conscientiae matris innexum esse; veraque aut in deterius credita indice ab uno facilius discerni, odium et invidiam apud multos valere.
Her body was given up to her mother.corpus matri concessum.
Repetition is the mother of memory.Repetitio mater memoriae.
Without the mother's knowledge, then in spite of her opposition, they had crept into his favour by debaucheries and equivocal secrets, and even the prince's older friends did not thwart him, for here was a girl who without harm to any one gratified his desires, when he loathed his wife Octavia, high born as she was, and of approved virtue, either from some fatality, or because vice is overpoweringly attractive. It was feared too that he might rush into outrages on noble ladies, were he debarred from this indulgence.ignara matre, dein frustra obnitente, penitus inrepserat per luxum et ambigua secreta, ne senioribus quidem principis amicis adversantibus, muliercula nulla cuiusquam iniuria cupidines principis explente, quando uxore ab Octavia, nobili quidem et probitatis spectatae, fato quodam, an quia praevalent inlicita, abhorrebat, metuebaturque, ne in stupra feminarum inlustrium prorumperet, si illa libidine prohiberetur.
"Even as it was, there was shamelessness enough, seeing that Pallas was her paramour, so that no one could doubt that she held honour, modesty and her very person, everything, in short, cheaper than sovereignty."" This, and the like, he was always saying, and he would embrace Britannicus, expressing earnest wishes for his speedy arrival at a mature age, and would raise his hand, now to heaven, now to the young prince, with entreaty that as he grew up, he would drive out his father's enemies and also take vengeance on the murderers of his mother."haec atque talia dictitans amplecti Britannicum, robur aetatis quam maturrimum precari, modo ad deos, modo ad ipsum tendere manus, adolesceret, patris inimicos depelleret, matris etiam interfectores ulcisceretur.
Mother bought me a new bicycle.Mamma mihi birotam novam emit.
Betty killed his mother.BETTY·EIVS·MATREM·NECAVIT
Her mother, who surpassed in personal attractions all the ladies of her day, had bequeathed to her alike fame and beauty. Her fortune adequately corresponded to the nobility of her descent.quippe mater eius, aetatis suae feminas pulchritudine supergressa, gloriam pariter et formam dederat; opes claritudine generis sufficiebant.
I think highly of your mother.Matrem tuam magni aestimo.
"This was enough to ruin the accused; and then too the emperor listened with an angry frown to his defence, which Cremutius, resolved to give up his life, began thus: - ""It is my words, Senators, which are condemned, so innocent am I of any guilty act; yet these do not touch the emperor or the emperor's mother, who are alone comprehended under the law of treason."id perniciabile reo et Caesar truci vultu defensionem accipiens, quam Cremutius relinquendae vitae certus in hunc modum exorsus est: 'verba mea, patres conscripti, arguuntur: adeo factorum innocens sum.
"Still every honour was openly heaped on Agrippina, and to a tribune who according to military custom asked the watchword, Nero gave ""the best of mothers."" The Senate also decreed her two lictors, with the office of priestess to Claudius, and voted to the late emperor a censor's funeral, which was soon followed by deification."decreti et a senatu duo lictores, flamonium Claudiale, simul Claudio censorium funus et mox consecratio.
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