[pah-tres kohn-skrip-tee; English pey-treez kuh n-skrip-tahy, -tee, pah-, pa-] /ˈpɑ trɛs koʊnˈskrɪp ti; English ˈpeɪ triz kənˈskrɪp taɪ, -ti, ˈpɑ-, ˈpæ-/
plural noun, Latin.
[pey-treez-fuh-mil-ee-uh s, pah-, pa-] /ˌpeɪ triz fəˈmɪl i əs, ˌpɑ-, ˌpæ-/ noun 1. a plural of . [pey-ter-fuh-mil-ee-uh s, pah-, pat-er-] /ˌpeɪ tər fəˈmɪl i əs, ˌpɑ-, ˌpæt ər-/ noun, plural paterfamiliases for 1, patresfamilias [pey-treez-fuh-mil-ee-uh s, pah-, pa-] /ˌpeɪ triz fəˈmɪl i əs, ˌpɑ-, ˌpæ-/ (Show IPA), for 2. 1. the male head of […]
1. a combining form meaning “father,” occurring originally in loanwords from Greek and Latin (patriarch; patrician), and used in the formation of new compounds (patrilineal ). combining form 1. father: patricide, patrilocal word-forming element used to make terms describing kinship of the father or the paternal line, from Latin patri-, comb. form of pater (see […]
[ah-mohr pah-tree-ahy; English ey-mawr pey-tree-ee] /ˈɑ moʊr ˈpɑ triˌaɪ; English ˈeɪ mɔr ˈpeɪ triˌi/ noun, Latin. 1. love of one’s country; patriotism. [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. /ˈæmɔː ˈpætrɪˌiː/ noun 1. love of […]
[pey-tree-uh l] /ˈpeɪ tri əl/ noun, British. 1. a native of any country who, by virtue of the birth of a parent or grandparent in Great Britain, has citizenship and residency rights there. /ˈpeɪtrɪəl/ noun 1. (in Britain formerly) a person having by statute the right of abode in the United Kingdom, and so not […]