Matin



[mat-n] /ˈmæt n/

noun
1.
(often initial capital letter) matins, Also, especially British, mattins. (usually used with a singular verb) Ecclesiastical.

2.
Archaic. .
adjective
3.
Also, matinal. pertaining to the morning or to matins.
/ˈmætɪn/
adjective
1.
of or relating to matins
n.

see matins.

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