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Definition of the noun Amate
What does Amate mean as a name of something?
Alternative definition of the noun Amate
- An art form based on Mexican bark painting from the Otomi culture
- The type of paper used in this art form.
Definition of the verb Amate
What does Amate mean as a doing word?
verb - inflections: amated | amating | amates
- [obsolete] To dishearten, dismay.
- Amate is a station of the Seville Metro on the line 1. It is located at the intersection of Los Gavilanes Av. and Puerto del Escudo St., in the neighborhood of Parque Amate. Amate is an underground station, located between 1º de Mayo and La Plata stations on the same line. It was opened on April 2, 2009.
- AMATE is an Aviation waypoint.
- also known as AMATE waypoint, waypoint AMATE, fix AMATE, AMATE fix
- released in (5 years ago)
Amate is a form of bark paper that has been manufactured in Mexico since the pre-Hispanic times. Amate paper was extensively produced and used for both communication, records and ritual during the Aztec Empire; however, after the Spanish conquest, its production was mostly banned and replaced by European paper. Amate paper production never completely died, nor did the rituals associated with it. It remained strongest in the rugged mostly inaccessible mountain areas of northern Puebla and northern Veracruz states, with the small village of San Pablito in Puebla noted its shamans' production of paper with "magical" properties. This ritual paper use drew the attention of foreign academics in the mid-20th century, which alerted the Otomi people of the area of the commercial possibility of the paper. They began to sell it in cities such as Mexico City, where the paper was adopted by Nahua painters from Guerrero to create "new" indigenous craft, which was then promoted by the Mexican government.
- also known as Amatl
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The Expository Times (1905)
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Soul Talk (2001)
The New Spirituality of African American Women by Akasha Gloria Hull
For Michele, amate is a material that reflects the substance it comes from. It's the pressed bark of the wild fig tree. After it's pressed, you still see the grain of the wood, the bark. You still have the memory, to use that word, of the natural organic ...
by CTI Reviews
Amate: Amate is a form of paper that has been.
Pan American Magazine (1910)
The dignified and sturdy amate is a tree one learns to love, especially grateful in contrast to the rakish banana, light-headed bamboo, buttressed giant mahogany and ceiba, and spindling palms of which your eye tires. The soil, you will notice, ...
by Informa Healthcare, Waldemar Karwowski
REFERENCES AMATE, J.M., ROMERO, J.J., MARGO, M.A., VANDEN EYNDE, A.M., CASTELLOTE, ...
Amate,amāt′, v.t.to accompany: (Spens.) tomatch.[Pfx. a,andMate.] ...
The Dictionary of the Book (2016)
A Glossary for Book Collectors, Booksellers, Librarians, and Others by Sidney E. Berger
AMATE/AMATL • 11 introduced acid into the papermaking process and could be the cause of the deterioration of some papers made in an era from which one would not have expected paper to deteriorate.
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- Tepoztlan Amate
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- Rull Amate Castelldefels
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- Rull Amate Castelldefels
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- The Amate Tree.
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- Carrera Popular de Amate, 2007, Sevilla
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- Amate Meaning
Video shows what amate means. Paper produced from the bark of adult Ficus trees.. An art form based on Mexican bark painting from the Otomi culture.. Amate ...
- Kiri te Kanawa "Pupille amate" Lucio Silla
Kiri te Kanawa sings "Pupille amate" from Lucio Silla by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart London Symphony Orchestra Sir Colin Davis, conductor London, X.1982.
Scrabble value of A1M3A1T1E1
The value of this 5-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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