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 matracisair mattress
    atsperu matracisspring mattress
    mīksts, ciets matracissoft, hard mattress
    matraču audumsmattress fabric
    gultiņa zīdainim jābūt matracim, kas pildīts ar jūras zālēm vai astriemin the baby's bed there must be a mattress filled with seaweed or horsehair

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