noun ma·tric·u·la \mə‧ˈtrikyələ\

Definition of matricula



  1. 1 :  a list or other register of the names of individuals that make up or belong to some group or category

  2. 2 :  a certificate of enrollment in a matricula


\-lə(r)\ adjective

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Origin and Etymology of matricula

Late Latin, from matric-, matrix list (from Latin, womb, uterus) + Latin -ula — more at matrix

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