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
  • genetrix   
    (  f) (noun, noun (f.; 3rd declension)   feminine )
    one’s female parent
  • maximus   
    (Noun  ) (adjective, adjective (2-1-2)   )
    something that is the greatest of its kind
    something 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)   )
  • regina   
    (noun, noun (f.; 1st declension)   feminine )
  • rex   
    (noun, noun (m.; 3rd declension)   masculine )

Other meanings:

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.

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Similar phrases in dictionary English Latin. (59)

A coward's mother does not weep
timidi mater non flet
adoptive mother
mater adoptiva
be mother of
foster mother
altrix; mater; nutrix
educatrix; altrix
having two mothers
bimatris; bimater
in mother tongue
little mother
mother city
mater; Roma
Mother of God
Deipara; Virgo Maria; Mater Dei; Dei Genitrix
mother of twins
Mother Teresa
Mater Teresa
mother's brother
avonculus; aunculus; avunculus
mother's sister's husband
aunculus; avunculus; avonculus
of a mother
peace of mothers, therefore peace of families
pax maternum, ergo pax familiarum
pious mother
pia mater
Prague, Mother of Cities
Praga mater urbium
repetition is the mother of study
repetitio est mater studiorum
surrogate mother
mater surrogata
The mother is always certain
Mater semper certa est
tough mother
dura mater

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en The son of a freedwoman, who had prostituted a handsome person among the slaves and freedmen of the emperors, he gave out that he was the offspring of Caius Caesar, for he happened to be of tall stature and to have a fierce look, or possibly Caius Caesar, who liked even harlots, had also amused himself with the man's mother.
la igitur matre libertine ortus, quae corpus decorum inter servos libertosque principum vulgaverat, ex C. Caesare se genitum ferebat, quoniam forte quadam habitu procerus et torvo vultu erat, sive C. Caesar, scortorum quoque cupiens, etiam matri eius inlusit. * * *
en Is your mother at home now?
la Estne mater tua domi?
en My mother has four brothers.
la Mater mea quattuor fratres habet.
en "I began to hate you when you became the murderer of your mother and your wife, a charioteer, an actor, and an incendiary."" I have given the man's very words, because they were not, like those of Seneca, generally published, though the rough and vigorous sentiments of a soldier ought to be no less known."
la nec quisquam tibi fidelior militum fuit, dum amari meruisti: odisse coepi, postquam parricida matris et uxoris, auriga et histrio et incendiarius extitisti. ipsa rettuli verba, quia non, ut Senecae, vulgata erant, nec minus nosci decebat militaris viri sensus incomptos et validos.
en Thus it was, as tradition says, that the mothers of the Gracchi, of Cæsar, of Augustus, Cornelia, Aurelia, Atia, directed their children's education and reared the greatest of sons.
la Sic Corneliam Gracchorum, sic Aureliam Caesaris, sic Atiam Augusti [matrem] praefuisse educationibus ac produxisse principes liberos accepimus.
en Triaria's recklessness was rendered more intolerable by an immediate contrast with the exemplary virtue of Galeria, the Emperor's wife, who took no part in these horrors, and with Sextilia, the mother of the two Vitellii, a woman equally blameless, and of the old type of character.
la et Triariae licentiam modestum e proximo exemplum onerabat, Galeria imperatoris uxor non immixta tristibus; et pari probitate mater Vitelliorum Sextilia, antiqui moris: dixisse quin etiam ad primas filii sui epistulas ferebatur, non Germanicum a se sed Vitellium genitum.
en Acerronia, however, thoughtlessly exclaiming that she was Agrippina, and imploring help for the emperor's mother, was despatched with poles and oars, and such naval implements as chance offered.
la verum Acerronia, imprudentia dum se Agrippinam esse utque subveniretur matri principis clamitat, contis et remis et quae fors obtulerat navalibus telis conficitur.
en "She would go anywhere in the world, where she might hear of the insults heaped on the emperor, rather than witness them, and be also involved in his perils."" These and the like complaints, rendered impressive by tears and by the cunning of an adulteress, no one checked, as all longed to see the mother's power broken, while not a person believed that the son's hatred would steel his heart to her murder."
la haec atque talia lacrimis et arte adulterae penetrantia nemo prohibebat, cupientibus cunctis infringi potentiam matris et credente nullo usque ad caedem eius duratura filii odia.
en Thus he entered the capital, and he there embraced his mother and honoured her with the title of Augusta.
la sic Capitolium ingressus atque ibi matrem complexus Augustae nomine honoravit.
en I'm not your mother.
la Mater tua non sum.
en "He alone, he said, ""had come to the rescue of the prince's life against a plotting mother."
la nec manu aut telo opus: fateretur Octaviae adulterium.
en When, after the extinction of the family of the Caesars, Tiberius acquired the empire, he enticed Archelaus by a letter from his mother, who without concealing her son's displeasure promised mercy if he would come to beg for it.
la ut versa Caesarum subole imperium adeptus est, elicit Archelaum matris litteris, quae non dissimulatis filii offensionibus clementiam offerebae, si ad precandum veniret.
en I think highly of your mother.
la Matrem tuam magni aestimo.
en Betty killed his mother.
en Mother is preparing lunch.
la Mater prandium parat.
en Mary is Tom's mother.
la Maria mater Didymi est.
en 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.
la quippe mater eius, aetatis suae feminas pulchritudine supergressa, gloriam pariter et formam dederat; opes claritudine generis sufficiebant.
en Thus elated and exulting over his people's slavery, he proceeded to the Capitol, performed the thanksgiving, and then plunged into all the excesses, which, though ill-restrained, some sort of respect for his mother had for a while delayed.
la hinc superbus ac publici servitii victor Capitolium adiit, grates exsolvit, seque in omnes libidines effudit, quas male coercitas qualiscumque matris reverentia tardaverat.
en Meanwhile the mother's influence was gradually weakened, as Nero fell in love with a freedwoman, Acte by name, and took into his confidence Otho and Claudius Senecio, two young men of fashion, the first of whom was descended from a family of consular rank, while Senecio's father was one of the emperor's freedmen.
la Ceterum infracta paulatim potentia matris delapso Nerone in amorem libertae, cui vocabulum Acte fuit, simul adsumptis in conscientiam [M.] Othone et Claudio Senecione, adulescentulis decoris, quorum Otho familia consulari, Senecio liberto Caesaris patre genitus.
en 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.
la At Romae Lepida, cui super Aemiliorum decus L. Sulla et Cn.
en Tiberius, to win popularity by so humouring his mother as to say that he would go to the praetor's court and support Urgulania, went forth from the palace, having ordered soldiers to follow him at a distance.
la Tiberius hactenus indulgere matri civile ratus, ut se iturum ad praetoris tribunal, adfuturum Vrgulaniae diceret, processit Palatio, procul sequi iussis militibus.
en My mother cooks well.
la Mater mea bene coquit.
en In every one's mouth was the name of Rubellius Blandus, who inherited through his mother the high nobility of the Julian family.
la et omnium ore Rubellius Plautus celebra[ba]tur, cui nobilitas per matrem ex Iulia familia.
en Whatever the fact was, Tiberius as he was just entering Illyria was summoned home by an urgent letter from his mother, and it has not been thoroughly ascertained whether at the city of Nola he found Augustus still breathing or quite lifeless.
la utcumque se ea res habuit, vixdum ingressus Illyricum Tiberius properis matris litteris accitur; neque satis conpertum est, spirantem adhuc Augustum apud urbem Nolam an exanimem reppererit.
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