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Compaternity
Compaternity Com`pa*ter"ni*ty, n. [LL. compaternitas, fr. compater godfather; com- + pater father.] The relation of a godfather to a person. [Obs.] The relation of gossipred or compaternity by the canon law is a spiritual affinity. --Sir J. Davies.
Patera
Patera Pat"e*ra, n.; pl. Pater[ae](?). [ L., fr. patere to lie open.] 1. A saucerlike vessel of earthenware or metal, used by the Greeks and Romans in libations and sacrificies. 2. (Arch.) A circular ornament, resembling a dish, often worked in relief on friezes, and the like.
Paterae
Patera Pat"e*ra, n.; pl. Pater[ae](?). [ L., fr. patere to lie open.] 1. A saucerlike vessel of earthenware or metal, used by the Greeks and Romans in libations and sacrificies. 2. (Arch.) A circular ornament, resembling a dish, often worked in relief on friezes, and the like.
Paterero
Paterero Pat`e*re"ro, n. See Pederero. [Obs.]
paterero
Pederero Ped`e*re"ro, n. [Sp. pedrero, fr. OSp. pedra, Sp. piedra, a stone, L. petra, fr. Gr. ?. So named because it was at first charged with stones.] (Mil.) A term formerly applied to a short piece of chambered ordnance. [Written also paterero and peterero.]
Pateresfamilias
Paterfamilias Pa`ter*fa*mil`i*as, n.; pl. Pateresfamilias. [L., fr. pater father + familias, gen. of familia family.] (Rom. Law) The head of a family; in a large sense, the proprietor of an estate; one who is his own master.
Paterfamilias
Paterfamilias Pa`ter*fa*mil`i*as, n.; pl. Pateresfamilias. [L., fr. pater father + familias, gen. of familia family.] (Rom. Law) The head of a family; in a large sense, the proprietor of an estate; one who is his own master.
Paternal
Paternal Pa*ter"nal, a. [L. paternus, fr. pater a father: cf. F. paternel. See Father.] 1. Of or pertaining to a father; fatherly; showing the disposition of a father; guiding or instructing as a father; as, paternal care. ``Under paternal rule.' --Milton. 2. Received or derived from a father; hereditary; as, a paternal estate. Their small paternal field of corn. --Dryden. Paternal government (Polit. Science), the assumption by the governing power of a quasi-fatherly relation to the people, involving strict and intimate supervision of their business and social concerns, upon the theory that they are incapable of managing their own afffairs.
Paternal government
Paternal Pa*ter"nal, a. [L. paternus, fr. pater a father: cf. F. paternel. See Father.] 1. Of or pertaining to a father; fatherly; showing the disposition of a father; guiding or instructing as a father; as, paternal care. ``Under paternal rule.' --Milton. 2. Received or derived from a father; hereditary; as, a paternal estate. Their small paternal field of corn. --Dryden. Paternal government (Polit. Science), the assumption by the governing power of a quasi-fatherly relation to the people, involving strict and intimate supervision of their business and social concerns, upon the theory that they are incapable of managing their own afffairs.
Paternalism
Paternalism Pa*ter"nal*ism, n. (Polit. Science) The theory or practice of paternal government. See Paternal government, under Paternal. --London Times.
Paternally
Paternally Pa*ter"nal*ly, adv. In a paternal manner.
Paternoster
Paternoster Pa"ter*nos`ter, n. (Mining) An elevator of an inclined endless traveling chain or belt bearing buckets or shelves which ascend on one side loaded, and empty themselves at the top.
Zapatera
Zapatera a`pa*te"ra, n. [Sp. aceituna zapatera.] (Olive trade) A cured olive which has spoiled or is on the verge of decomposition; loosely, an olive defective because of bruises, wormholes, or the like.

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- priests Pater familias Pater Patriae Pater, the leader of a Mithraeum in Mithraism Grzegorz Pater (born 1974), Polish soccer player Jean-Baptiste Pater (1695–1736)...
- Dīs Pater (/ˌdɪs ˈpeɪtər/, Latin: [diːs ˈpatɛr]; genitive Dītis Patris) was a Roman god of the underworld. Dis was originally ****ociated with fertile agricultural...
- Walter Horatio Pater (4 August 1839 – 30 July 1894) was an English essayist, literary and art critic, and fiction writer, regarded as one of the great...
- The pater familias, also written as paterfamilias (plural patres familias), was the head of a Roman family. The pater familias was the oldest living male...
- The Lord's Prayer, also called the Our Father (Latin: Pater Noster), is a central Christian prayer which, according to the New Testament, Jesus taught...
- [ˈjuːpɪtɛr] or Iuppiter [ˈjʊpːɪtɛr], from Proto-Italic *djous "day, sky" + *patēr "father", thus "sky father"), also known as Jove (gen. Iovis [ˈjɔwɪs]),...
- Pater Noster, or the Lord's Prayer, is a prayer in Christianity. Pater Noster or Paternoster may also refer to: Paternoster, Western Cape, a fishing village...
- Jean-Baptiste Pater (December 29, 1695 – July 25, 1736) was a French rococo painter. Born in Valenciennes, Pater was the son of sculptor Antoine Pater and studied...
- Pater Sato (ペーター 佐藤, Pētā Satō, 1945–1994) was a ****anese artist who created airbrush art for magazines. His birth name was Yoshinori Sato. A selection...
- Pater Patriae (plural Patres Patriae), also seen as Parens Patriae, is a Latin honorific meaning "Father of the Country", or more literally, "Father of...
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