[ mahg-nuh-mah-ter ]
/ ˈmɑg nə ˈmɑ tɛr /
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noun Roman Religion.
Cybele; Ops; Rhea.
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Origin of Magna Mater
First recorded in 1700–10 ; from Latin magna māter “great mother,” title for several godesses, especially for Cybele
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How to use Magna Mater in a sentence
Clubs, as you know, were established in my quaestorship on the reception of the Magna Mater from Ida.Fifth Avenue|Arthur Bartlett Maurice
But aside from the rapid growth of the Magna Mater cult itself we have in this second century two instances of this tendency.The Religion of Numa|Jesse Benedict Carter