[ stah-baht mah-ter, stey-bat mey-ter ]
/ ˈstɑ bɑt ˈmɑ tɛr, ˈsteɪ bæt ˈmeɪ tər /
(italics) a Latin hymn, composed in the 13th century, commemorating the sorrows of the Virgin Mary at the Cross.
a musical setting for this.
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Origin of Stabat Mater
literally, the mother was standing, the first words of the hymn
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British Dictionary definitions for stabat mater
/ (ˈstɑːbæt ˈmɑːtə) /
RC Church a Latin hymn, probably of the 13th century, commemorating the sorrows of the Virgin Mary at the crucifixion and used in the Mass and various other services
a musical setting of this hymn
Word Origin for Stabat Mater
from the opening words, literally: the mother was standing
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