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Materia
See also: matéria and matèria

Asturian

Etymology

Borrowed from Latin materia. Cf. madera.

Noun

materia f (plural materies)

  1. subject (main topic)
  2. material world
  3. matter

Finnish

Noun

materia

  1. matter

Declension

Inflection of materia (Kotus type 12/kulkija, no gradation)
nominative materia materiat
genitive materian materioiden
materioitten
partitive materiaa materioita
illative materiaan materioihin
singular plural
nominative materia materiat
accusative nom. materia materiat
gen. materian
genitive materian materioiden
materioitten
materiainrare
partitive materiaa materioita
inessive materiassa materioissa
elative materiasta materioista
illative materiaan materioihin
adessive materialla materioilla
ablative materialta materioilta
allative materialle materioille
essive materiana materioina
translative materiaksi materioiksi
instructive materioin
abessive materiatta materioitta
comitative materioineen
Possessive forms of materia (type kulkija)
possessor singular plural
1st person materiani materiamme
2nd person materiasi materianne
3rd person materiansa

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Italian

Alternative forms

Etymology

Borrowed (in this form) from Latin materia.

Noun

materia f (plural materie)

  1. matter, substance, material, stuff
  2. subject-matter, matter, subject, topic

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Ladin

Etymology

Borrowed from Latin materia.

Noun

materia f (plural materies)

  1. matter, material

Latin

Latin Wikipedia has articles on:
Wikipedia la

Alternative forms

Etymology

Derived from m?ter ("mother") +‎ -ia, in the sense of "source". Cognate with Old Armenian ? (mayr, "cedar") and (mayri, "forest").

Pronunciation

Noun

m?teria f (genitive m?teriae); first declension

  1. matter; material; component stuff; substance
  2. timber
  3. (figuratively) source, origin

Declension

First-declension noun.

Descendants

References


Polish

Etymology

Borrowed from Latin materia.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ma't?r?.ja/
  • (file)

Noun

materia f

  1. (physics) matter

Declension


Portuguese

Noun

materia f (plural materias)

  1. Obsolete spelling of matéria

Spanish

Etymology

Borrowed from Latin materia. Doublet of the inherited madera.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ma'te?ja/, [ma't?e?ja]

Noun

materia f (plural materias)

  1. (physics) matter (the basic structural component of the universe)
  2. subject (topic; particular area of study)

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Further reading


Swedish

Etymology

Borrowed from Latin materia.

Pronunciation

Noun

materia c

  1. matter

Declension

Declension of materia 
Uncountable
Indefinite Definite
Nominative materia materian
Genitive materias materians

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