(redirected from paten)
Also found in: Dictionary, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for pate

the uppermost part of the body

Synonyms for pate

liver or meat or fowl finely minced or ground and variously seasoned

the top of the head

References in periodicals archive ?
Using natural language searching, which does not rely on the USPTO's classification system, the Paten Explorer CD-ROM has grouped software patents into natural clusters, based on the technology each patent contains.
Chalice and paten were taken to the altar by Mr Keighley and Stephen Richards and the minister was assisted at the distribution by Hillary Berry and reader, Janet Roberts.
The magnificent chalice and paten discovered at Cymer Abbey Picture: THE ROYAL COLLECTION, copyright 2007, HER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH II
Children took up the chalice and paten. Mr Chambers was assisted at the distribution by Mr Phillips and Mr Tibbott.
Meiriona Jones is campaigning for a 13th century chalice and paten, discovered at Abbey Cymer, near Dolgellau, to "come home" and be put on public show.
Now the Trust, along with Briton Carol Paten, is appealing to any ECHO readers who may know of existing portraits or photos of Jonathan to contact them.
For patena, calix (paten, chalice) etc., the translators avoid the use of specifically sacral terminology, and use words commonly employed in the vernacular for kitchenware.
In his address Mr Freeman took for his theme: Let us ...Ken and Joyce Harris took up the chalice and paten, and curate, the Rev Robert Chambers, and reader, Janet Roberts, assisted Mr Freeman at the distribution.
The priest holds up the unconsecrated host on a paten and says, "Blessed are you, Lord, God of the universe, for from your bounty we have received the bread we offer you: fruit of the earth and work of human hands, which will become for us the bread of life." The words are said into a microphone and amplified through a speaker system.
Jean Selbie and Margaret Whitehead took up the chalice and paten and Mr Tibbott and reader, Janet Roberts assisted with the distribution of the Sacrament.
The chalice and paten were taken to the altar by the Rev Graham and Mrs Sue Whitcroft.
Mr and Mrs Ken Harris took the chalice and paten to the altar and Mr Chambers was assisted at the distribution by Janet Jessop andHilary Berry.
We have watched prisoner releases continue, while the Paten Commission examines the future of the RUC, and the criminal justice system is under review.