Definition of Mathurin in US English:


(also Mathurine, Maturine)


Church History
  • Trinitarian.


Early 17th century (in an earlier sense). From French mathurin member of the Trinitarian order from Mathurin, French form of the name of St Maturinus, 4th-cent. missionary active in the district of Sens (in the department of Yonne, south-east of Paris), to whom a house of the Trinitarians was dedicated; compare -ine.