Numerology information Matate:

numerologyName Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice


Definition funny of Matate:

urbanSpanish for "kill your self"

urbanWhen hanging out with friends and someone does or says anything stupid just say " Matate". Me: But she cheated on you fool. friend: but I still love her. Me: "matate"

urbanHebrew for broom, the universally accepted greatest cleaning device ever.

urbanWe have stolen every last matate in this camp! Now our cabin will be extra clean!

urbanMatates-holes carved in rocks, used by Indians to ground corn. Another word for the replacement of FUCK or SHIT, depending on the situation.

urbanMatates! I forgot my homework. (Sorry after school, couldn't think of anything).


Songs about Matate:

songsMatate Tete by Molotov from the Album Dónde Jugarán Las Niñas 10th Anniversary Edition (Explicit Version)

songsBinyo Lo Matate Nyaka (You Who Watch Cattle) by Mouangue African Ensemble from the Album Africa: The Voices and Drums of Africa

songsMatate by Boloccos from the Album Boloccos

songsMatate Tu Sola by Marka Registrada from the Album Cuba Top Reggaeton 2012, Vol. 2: Cuban Summer No Stop

songsMátate Tú by Trio Zapatista from the Album 20 Grandes Exitos

songsNo te desanimes, mátate by Mutantex from the Album Temas originales de la película

songsNo te desanimes, mátate by Mutantex from the Album Temas originales de la película


Books about Matate:

booksMatate, amor (Nueva Biblioteca) (Spanish Edition) by Ariana Harwicz (Nov 15, 2012)

books1947 Matate The Yearbook of Pomona College, Claremont, California by Betty and Patricia Sides Harper (1947)


Wiki information Matate:

Fujiwara no Matate

Fujiwara no Matate was a Japanese noble of the Nara period. He was the third son of the founder of the Hokke branch of the Fujiwara, the sangi Fujiwara no Fusasaki. He achieved the court rank of shō san-mi and the position of dainagon, and...

Soccer Forward, Football player, Athlete, Person, Measured person, Deceased Person

Sebastião Lucas da Fonseca, commonly known as Matateu, was a Portuguese footballer who played as a striker. His professional career, which spanned more than 30 years, was closely associated to Belenenses. He won the Bola de Prata twice during his...