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Matronage Mat"ron*age, n.
1. The state of a matron.
2. The collective body of matrons. --Burke.
Can a politician slight the feelings and convictions
of the whole matronage of his country ? --Hare.
Matronal Mat"ron*al, a. [L. matronalis.]
Of or pertaining to a matron; suitable to an elderly lady or
to a married woman; grave; motherly.
Meaning of Matrona from wikipedia
to: Religion Matryona
of Moscow, a saint
of the Russian Orthodox Church Matrona
of Barcelona, a saint
mythology, Dea Matrona
goddess") was the goddess
her name to the river Marne
) in Gaul. The Gaulish
- Matrona Dmitrievna
Nikonova, (Russian: Блаженная Матрона Московская), the Blessed Eldress
of Moscow, (November 22, 1881 (1885 according
is a genus
in the family
include: Matrona basilaris Matrona corephaea Matrona cyanoptera Matrona
(Catalan: Madrona, IPA: [məˈðɾonə]) is a saint
of the Roman Catholic Church
and the Eastern Orthodox
- Pedro Matrona
(born 9 December
1927) was a Curaçaoan footballer. He competed
in the men's tournament
at the 1952 Summer
Olympics. Evans, Hilary; Gjerde...
- have derived
from earlier divine
figures, in her case the Gaulish goddess Matrona
. She may have been a prototype
le Fay from the Arthurian
- Holy Knight Griamore versus
", in which Matrona manages
and send him flying. Matrona
to be a shrunken...
and fellow Giant named Dolores
of the Giant Matrona before
for her mentor's death
and of a group
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