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From Latin mamma.

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Mamma

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mammae or mammas

Mamma (plural mammae or mammas)
  1. (anatomy) The milk-secreting organ of female humans and other mammals which includes the mammary gland and the nipple or teat; a breast; an udder. Plural: mammae
  2. Another term for mama or mother. Plural: mammas
  3. Patrono:Meteorology an accessory cloud like a mammary in appearance, which can form on the underside of most cloud genera

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mamma f. (plural mamma's, mammae)

  1. mamma, breast

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Most people will use this word as an alternative spelling of mama (mother, mama, mamma) but this is not true, according to Van Dale.


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Mamma

  1. Patrono:Dialectal mama
  2. (colloquial) An elder, plump woman.

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Patrono:Fi-decl-kala

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mamma (plural mamma)

  1. mammary gland.
  2. mummy (UK)

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mamma

  1. suck the breast.

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  1. mom, mum (colloquial word for mother)
    Hvar er mamma mín?
    Where is my mommy?

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Patrono:Is-decl-noun-f-w1

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From Latin mamma.

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mamma f. (plural mamme)

  1. mom (US), mommy (US), mum (UK), mummy (UK)

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mamma f. (genitive mammae)

  1. (anatomy) a breast
    Puero isti date mammam.
    Let the boy suck on the breast.
  2. (anatomy) an udder; a pap
  3. (anatomy, of animals) a teat,a dug
    Mammam sugere.
    To suck on a breasts.
  4. (family) a childish name for a mother; in the language of children
    Cum cibum ac potionem buas ac papas vocent, matrem mammam, patrem tatam.
    Since children call food and drink bua and papa, mother mamma and father tata.
  5. (transferred meaning) a protuberance on tree bark

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  • This term was used especially of females, but also of males- although rarely:
    Mammas homo solus e maribus habet.

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Patrono:No-noun-m1

  1. mother

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Patrono:Sv-noun-reg-or mamma c.

  1. mom (US), mommy (US), mum (UK), mummy (UK)

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