Definitions

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  • proper noun biblical The Apostle chosen to replace Judas Iscariot.
  • proper noun A male given name, derived from the same source as Matthew.

Etymologies

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From Ancient Greek Ματθαῖος.

Examples

  • It was given to me by my late, great, father-in-law, Martin Matthias Schwarz.

    Hunting For Books

  • It was given to me by my late, great, father-in-law, Martin Matthias Schwarz.

    Hunting For Books

  • As a monstrous assassin closes in and forces them to run, Jessa will have to find another way to discover if Matthias is her greatest ally — or her deadliest enemy.

    2009 September « Items of Interest

  • That said, I do think John Matthias is the jewel in the crown of Stanford poetry.

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  • The best thing about Matthias is that he's a big body that can defend the middle and take on double-team blocks, plus, he has the ability to pressure the quarterback. ...

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  • Matthias is a big guy that can run, Spartan defensive line coach Steve Stripling said.

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  • Gaven Matthias is forced to abduct Jessa himself so he can protect her, but Jessa has a hard time believing the one man whose secrets she can’t read.

    2009 September « Items of Interest

  • I chuckle aloud, paste the quote into my ongoing MSN chat with the Boy (his response: “let’s hope Matthias is a four-year-old”), then file it in my brain under “things I musn’t forget to use one day in a blog post”.

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  • I chuckle aloud, paste the quote into my ongoing MSN chat with the Boy (his response: “let’s hope Matthias is a four-year-old”), then file it in my brain under “things I musn’t forget to use one day in a blog post”.

    zizi

  • France -- and the Austrian House was not remarkable for refusing convenient marriages; but the immediate future only could show whether Alexander I. of the House of Farnese was to reign in England, or whether the next king of that country was to be called Matthias, Maximilian, or Ernest of

    History of the United Netherlands from the Death of William the Silent to the Twelve Year's Truce, 1585e-86a

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