maternel

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin māternus, from māter (mother) with the suffix -el or from Medieval Latin māternālis.

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maternel m (feminine maternelle, masculine plural maternels, feminine plural maternelles)

  1. maternal
  2. native

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Middle French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin māternus, from māter (mother) with the suffix -el or from Medieval Latin māternālis.

Etymology[edit]

Adjective[edit]

maternel m (feminine singular maternelle, masculine plural maternels, feminine plural maternelles)

  1. maternal (of or relating to mothers or motherhood)