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Definition of the noun PATEA

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Patea is a genus of Bostrichidae, described by Casey in 1898.

Place

Patea is the third-largest town in South Taranaki, New Zealand. It is on the western bank of the Patea River, 61 kilometres north-west of Wanganui on State Highway 3. Hawera is 27 km to the north-west, and Waverley 17 km to the east. The Patea River flows through the town from the north-east and into the South Taranaki Bight. For the former electorate from 1893 to 1963 see Patea.

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Google previewThe Cyclopedia of New Zealand (1908)

PATEA is the name of the southern port of Taranaki, and also of a river, which rises in Mount Egmont, siows through the borough of Stratford, and after a somewhat tortuous course, discharges into the South Taranaki Bight, a short distance to ...

Google previewA Santali-English dictionary (1899)

by A. R. Campbell

Patea. Crooked, disobliging. Patea thehga. A crooked stick. Patea kor. A disobliging person. Patel To dam or obstruct and cause to go another way, as water ; to block a way, to lever. DaKko patet' gidikada. They dammed the water and caused ...

Google previewSells' Dictionary of the World's Press (1887)

PATEA.

Google previewDictionary of Etymology of the English Language (1861)

And of English Synonymes & Paronymes by Rev. John Oswald

cus'patea, ...

Google previewA glossary and etymological dictionary of obsolete and uncommon words (1832)

by William Toone

Ekaa Patea, the real or fictitious name of an astrologer, who flourished some centuries ago/ but of whom nothing more than the name appears recorded. Butler sarcastically gives Wm. Lilly, the astrologer, the name of Erra Pater. In mathematies ...

Google previewA Glossary and Etymological Dictionary of Obsolete and Uncommon Words, Antiquated Phrases, Proverbial Expressions, Obscure Allusions, and of Works which Have Changed Their Significations (1832)

Illustrative of the Works of Our Early Dramatic and Lyric Poets by William Toone

Eaua Patea, the real or fictitious name of an astrologer, who flourished some centuries ago, but of whom nothing more than the name appears recorded. Butler sarcastically gives Wm. Lilly, the astrologer, the name of Erra Pater. In mathematies ...

Google previewA Concise Etymological Dictionary of the English Language (2005)

by Walter W. Skeat, Walter William Skeat

Patea. (K.-L.-Gk.) U.V. patène ...

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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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