Lexicon: master – matin

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master (-'s), n. [ME meister < L. magister.] (webplay: come, head, own, owner, science, take, word).

  1. Jesus Christ as Savior.
  2. Individual having control over another by virtue of love.

master (-ed), v. [OFr < med. L.] (webplay: degree).

Control; overpower; conquer.

mastiff, n. [OFr mastin.]

Large, fierce dog; [fig.] terrible demand; beastly request.

mat, n. [OE < L.]

Small floor covering made of coarse material, often used to wipe feet before entering a dwelling.

match, n. [OFr] (webplay: lighted, make).

Combustible, flammable device or material used in starting fires.

match (-ed), v. [OE gemaecca.] (webplay: colors, suits).

  1. Equal; suit.
  2. Make equal.

mate (-s), n. [Middle Low German.] (webplay: first, stated).

  1. Companion; associate.
  2. Spouse; lover.

material, adj. [L.]

From the tangible, external world as opposed to from the spiritual world.

mathematic (-s), n. [L.]

Study of numbers, their amounts and relationships.

matin (-s), n. [Fr. < L. matutinas, pertaining to the morning.] (webplay: morning).

Morning church service; morning prayer.