[mat-n] /ˈmæt n/
(often initial capital letter) matins, Also, especially British, mattins. (usually used with a singular verb) Ecclesiastical.
Also, matinal. pertaining to the morning or to matins.
noun (functioning as singular or pl)
(literary) a morning song, esp of birds
of or relating to matins
canonical hour, mid-13c., from Old French matines (12c.), from Late Latin matutinas (nominative matutinæ) “morning prayers,” originally matutinas vigilias “morning watches,” from Latin matutinus “of or in the morning,” associated with Matuta, Roman dawn goddess (see manana). The Old English word was uht-sang, from uhte “daybreak.”
mapping of airline traffic over IP
[ma-tees] /maˈtis/ noun 1. Henri [ahn-ree] /ɑ̃ˈri/ (Show IPA), 1869–1954, French painter. /French matis/ noun 1. Henri (ɑ̃ri). 1869–1954, French painter and sculptor; leader of Fauvism
[maht-yuh s] /ˈmɑt yəs/ noun 1. young herring that have not spawned, often prepared with vinegar, sugar, salt, and spices.
/ˈmætləʊ/ noun 1. variant spellings of matelot