MATE(S) [N./V.]

MATE(S) [N./V.]

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Emily Anderson By EmilyUnedited Updated Apr 05

MATE(S):
/māt/

Noun;
☞ BRITISH; informal:
used as a friendly form of address between men or boys.
""See you then, mate.""

☞ BRITISH; informal:
a friend or companion.
"I was with a mate"


Verb;

☞ bring (animals or birds) together for breeding.

☞ join in marriage or sexual partnership.
"people tend to mate with others in their own social class"


[late Middle English: from Middle Low German māt(e ) 'comrade,' of West Germanic origin; related to meat (the underlying notion being that of eating together).]










!!!!!! [RATED R! NSFW! TRIGGER WARNING! GRAPHIC!  ADULTS ONLY! SEX AND VIOLENCE!!!YOU'VE BEEN WARNED!!] !!!!!!

I FIND IT HOT WHEN ENGLISH/IRISH BOYS SAY THAT 😂😅🤗!!! And I was watching the English "office" a lot the weekend I wrote this! Lol!
melvnin melvnin Mar 16
^ damn is that me yh? Rereading while waiting for an update. THIS BOOKS DA SHÏT rn.
Thank you boo 😘; I'll update soon, just trying to keep a story plot- when all I want to do is write fluff lol!