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Maty

Maty \Mat"y\, n. [Etymology uncertain.] A native house servant in India.
--Balfour (Cyc. of India).

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maty

n. (context archaic English) A native house servant in India.

Usage examples of "maty".

For example, there was little inclination to bring decks to a very high pitch of cleanliness when it was known that they would soon be desecrated by dockyard maties in hob-nailed boots, stripping and unrigging the barky and laying her up in ordinary: this and a thousand other things led to short answers, ill-will, and sullen looks, though to no deliberate insolence or failure to obey orders - not even the first smell of mutiny.

Then they supervised their divisions and the Stolsh dockyard maties who would stow these supplies.

For example, there was little inclination to bring decks to a very high pitch of cleanliness when it was known that they would soon be desecrated by dockyard maties in hob-nailed boots, stripping and unrigging the barky and laying her up in ordinary: this and a thousand other things led to short answers, ill-will, and sullen looks, though to no deliberate insolence or failure to obey orders - not even the first smell of mutiny.