Definition of Matelot

1. Noun. Sailor; also "mate;" boon companion. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Matelot

1. sailor [n -S] - See also: sailor

Matelot Pictures

Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Matelot Images

Lexicographical Neighbors of Matelot

matchweed
matchwinner
matchwinners
matchwinning
matchwood
matchwoods
matchy
matchy-matchy
mated
matehood
mateless
matelot (current term)
matelote
matelotes
matelots
mateology
mateotechny
mater
mater lectionis
materfamilias
materfamiliases
materia
materia alba
materia medica
material
material body

Literary usage of Matelot

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. New Complete French Grammar by William Henry Fraser, John Squair, Algernon Coleman (1921)
"La Théière du matelot (The sections indicated give the forms of the ... Mais quel était l'argument du matelot? D. 1. The sailor was so clumsy as to let the ..."

2. The New Fraser and Squair Complete French Grammar by William Henry Fraser, John Squair, Algernon Coleman (1921)
"La Théière du matelot (The sections indicated give the forms of the ... Mais quel était l'argument du matelot? D. 1. The sailor was so clumsy as to let the ..."

3. Complete French Grammar by William Henry Fraser, John Squair (1921)
"La Théière du matelot (The sections indicated give the forms of the irregular ... A. Un matelot, à bord d'un vaisseau, ayant ' eu la maladresse de laisser ..."

4. Sketches on a Tour Through the Northern and Eastern States, the Canadas by J. C. Myers (1849)
"... Nunnery — Grand Battery — Death of Montgomery — San- tau matelot — Historical Sketch — Surrender of the Americans — Anecdotes of the French — Theatres. ..."

Other Resources Relating to: Matelot

Search for Matelot on Dictionary.com!Search for Matelot on Thesaurus.com!Search for Matelot on Google!Search for Matelot on Wikipedia!

Search