matracis

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Latvian[edit]

Matracis

Etymology[edit]

A borrowing from Arabic مَطْرَح(maṭraḥ, place where something is thrown), via some European language, probably German Matratze.

Noun[edit]

matracis m (2nd declension)

  1. mattress (large, soft pad on which a person can lie and sleep; usually part of a bed)
    piepūšamais matracis‎ ― air mattress
    atsperu matracis‎ ― spring mattress
    mīksts, ciets matracis‎ ― soft, hard mattress
    matraču audums‎ ― mattress fabric
    gultiņa zīdainim jābūt matracim, kas pildīts ar jūras zālēm vai astriem‎ ― in the baby's bed there must be a mattress filled with seaweed or horsehair

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