Translations into Latin:
- female (human) who parents a child, gives birth to a baby, or is pregnantone’s female parent
- genetrix( f) (noun, noun (f.; 3rd declension) feminine )one’s female parent
- something that is the greatest of its kindsomething that is the greatest of its kind
- māter( f)one’s female parent
- 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) )
A female parent.
To care for and protect in a motherly way.
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).
Term of address to an old or elderly woman.
A term of address to someone who is a female parent (a biological mother or a woman with parental responsibility).
(euphemism, colloquial) A striking example.
(figuratively) A source or origin, viewed affectionately.
The Christian Church (usually as "holy mother")
Something that is the greatest or most significant of its kind.
The female animal that gave birth to an animal.
mother (term used in samurai families prior to the Meiji period)
(figuratively) Any person or entity which performs mothering.
A woman acting like a mother.
mother (quoting term)
(transitive) To treat as a mother would be expected to treat her child; to nurture.
(euphemism, vulgar, slang) motherfucker.
Give birth to.
(polite term for another’s) mother
The first mold from which other molds are made for the manufacturing of music discs.
(figuratively) Any elderly woman, especially within a particular community
The source of a substance, structure, object.
The female head of a religious organization.
to treat as a mother would be expected to
A mean, despicable person.
A female parent of an animal.
A country, region, etc. in relation to its inhabitants.
mother (address term)
mother (term commonly used until the end of the Meiji period)
A woman who runs a brothel.
Title of respect for one's mother-in-law
(figuratively) A female ancestor.
The source of something.
(when followed by a surname) A title of respect for one's mother-in-law.
A female ancestor (usually in reference to Eve).
A woman who has at least one child.
Similar phrases in dictionary English Latin. (59)
- A coward's mother does not weep
- timidi mater non flet
- adoptive mother
- mater adoptiva
- affectionate term for mother
- be mother of
- cousin by the mother's side
- cousin on the mother's side
- sobrina; sobrinus
- foster mother
- altrix; mater; nutrix
- educatrix; altrix
- goddess of nursing mothers
- having mother living
- having two mothers
- bimatris; bimater
- in mother tongue
- in right of his mother
- iure matris
- little mother
- mother city
- mater; Roma
- mother Earth
- mother of Achilles
- mother of atavus or atavia
- mother of Evander
- Mother of God
- Deipara; Virgo Maria; Mater Dei; Dei Genitrix
- mother of Hercules
- mother of Ptolemy Epiphanes
- mother of the Muses
- mother of twins
- mother superior
- Mother Teresa
- Mater Teresa
- mother's borother
- mother's brother
- avonculus; aunculus; avunculus
- mother's murderer
- mother's sister
- mother's sister's child
- mother's sister's husband
- aunculus; avunculus; avonculus
- mother's sister's son
- murder of a mother
- nourishing mother
- alma mater
- of a mother
- of a step-mother
- one of two joint mothers-in-law
- one's child's mother-in-law
- orphan without mother
- peace of mothers, therefore peace of families
- pax maternum, ergo pax familiarum
- pious mother
- pia mater
- Prague, Mother of Cities
- Praga mater urbium
- remote ancestor's mother
- repetition is the mother of study
- repetitio est mater studiorum
- slaying of a mother
- son of mother's sister
- surrogate mother
- mater surrogata
- The mother is always certain
- Mater semper certa est
- the mother of the family
- mater familias
- tough mother
- dura mater
- with a living mother