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The accentuated form and last name: Máté, redirects here. For the beverage Maté see: Mate (beverage). Mate may refer to:
Science and technology
- Mate, one of a pair of animals involved in mating
- Yerba mate, a South American herb used to make the beverage
- Multi antimicrobial extrusion protein, efflux transporter family of proteins
- MATE (software), a fork of GNOME 2 Desktop Environment (computer software)
- Mate or mating condition a synonym term for constraints used in CAD.
Person or title
- Gábor Máté (athlete), Hungarian discus thrower
- Gábor Máté (physician), a Hungarian-born Canadian physician and expert on Addiction and Stress
- János Máté (born 1990), a Hungarian footballer
- Ferenc Máté (born 1945), a Hungarian author
- Gergő Máté (born 1990), a Hungarian footballer
- Péter Máté (1947-1984), a Hungarian singer, composer, and pianist
- Péter Máté (footballer) (born 1984), a Hungarian footballer
- Péter Máté (footballer born 1979), a Hungarian footballer
- Sébastien Maté, French footballer
- Tibor Máté (1914-2007), a Hungarian handballer
- Vasily Mate (1856–1917), Russian artist and engraver
- Mate (beverage), the caffeinated beverage made from yerba mate
- Mate de coca, a beverage made from coca
- Marine Academy of Technology and Environmental Science, a high school in Manahawkin, New Jersey
- Mate Recordings, a record label
- Checkmate, a winning/losing situation in chess
- Mate (horse), an American Thoroughbred racehorse
- Mate, a traditional South American container carved from a dried calabash
- Third (curling)
- Inmate, a prisoner
- Running mate, a fellow candidate for the same party in one election
- Mahte or Māte, a goddess in Latvian mythology
- Matte (disambiguation)
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- All pages with titles containing "Mating"
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