[flin-derz] /ˈflɪn dərz/
Matthew, 1774–1814, English navigator and explorer: surveyed coast of Australia.
a river in NE Australia, flowing NW to the Gulf of Carpentaria. 520 miles (837 km) long.
- Matthew prior
[prahy-er] /ˈpraɪ ər/ noun 1. Matthew, 1664–1721, English poet. /ˈpraɪə/ adjective 1. (prenominal) previous; preceding 2. prior to, before; until noun 3. (statistics) a prior probability /ˈpraɪə/ noun 1. the superior of a house and community in certain religious orders 2. the deputy head of a monastery or abbey, ranking immediately below the abbot 3. […]
- Matthew of Paris
noun 1. c1200–59, English chronicler.
- Matthew quay
[kwey] /kweɪ/ noun 1. Matthew Stanley, 1833–1904, U.S. politician: senator 1887–99, 1901–4. /kiː/ noun 1. a wharf, typically one built parallel to the shoreline Compare pier (sense 1) n. 1690s, variant of Middle English key, keye, caye “wharf” (c.1300; mid-13c. in place names), from Old North French cai (Old French chai, 12c., Modern French quai) […]
noun 1. a knot formed on the end of a rope by partly unlaying the strands and tying them in a certain way. /ˈwɔːkə/ noun 1. a knot made at the end of a rope by unlaying the strands and passing them up through the loops formed in the next two strands