[pey-ter-nos-ter, pah‐, pat-er‐] /ˈpeɪ tərˈnɒs tər, ˈpɑ‐, ˈpæt ər‐/
(often initial capital letter). Also, Pater Noster. the Lord’s Prayer, especially in the Latin form.
a recitation of this prayer as an act of worship.
one of certain beads in a rosary, regularly every 11th bead, differing in size or material from the rest and indicating that the Lord’s Prayer is to be said.
any fixed recital of words used as a prayer or magical charm.
a doorless, continuously moving elevator for passengers or goods, having numerous platforms or compartments that rise or descend on a moving chain.
(initial capital letter) Architecture. .
a molding having the form of a row of pearls.
(RC Church) the beads at the ends of each decade of the rosary marking the points at which the Paternoster is recited
any fixed form of words used as a prayer or charm
Also called paternoster line. a type of fishing tackle in which short lines and hooks are attached at intervals to the main line
a type of lift in which platforms are attached to continuous chains. The lift does not stop at each floor but passengers enter while it is moving
noun (sometimes not capital) (RC Church)
the Lord’s Prayer, esp in Latin
the recital of this as an act of devotion
“the Lord’s Prayer,” Old English Pater Noster, from Latin pater noster “our father,” first words of the Lord’s Prayer in Latin. Meaning “set of rosary beads” first recorded mid-13c. Paternoster Row, near St. Paul’s in London (similarly named streets are found in other cathedral cities), reflects the once-important industry of rosary bead-making.
[pah-ter pah-tree-ahy; English pey-ter pey-tree-ee, pat-er pa-tree-ee] /ˈpɑ tɛr ˈpɑ triˌaɪ; English ˈpeɪ tər ˈpeɪ triˌi, ˈpæt ər ˈpæ triˌi/ noun 1. Latin. father of his country.
[pat-er-suh n] /ˈpæt ər sən/ noun 1. a city in NE New Jersey. /ˈpætəsən/ noun 1. a city in NE New Jersey: settled by the Dutch in the late 17th century. Pop: 150 782 (2003 est) /ˈpætəsən/ noun 1. Andrew Barton, known as Banjo Paterson. 1864–1941, Australian poet. His works include “Waltzing Matilda” and “The […]
[French paht tahn-druh] /French pɑt ˈtɑ̃ drə/ noun 1. .
[path, pahth] /pæθ, pɑθ/ noun, plural paths [path z, pahth z, paths, pahths] /pæðz, pɑðz, pæθs, pɑθs/ (Show IPA) 1. a way beaten, formed, or trodden by the feet of persons or animals. 2. a narrow walk or way: a path through a garden; a bicycle path. 3. a route, course, or track along which […]