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In American English, other common words for mother are "Mom," "Mommy," ... often "Mother" or her first name is said, another varient in Dublin is "Ma" (with a ...

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Synonyms for mother at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.

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You may hear mothers referred to by different words from time to time. Some examples ... Do you use any of these names for your mom? Do you use another ...

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List of Hindu names meaning mother · List of Greek names meaning mother · List of Celtic names meaning ... the letters m, o, t. Translations for Other Languages ...

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A list of slang words for mother, mom, mommy, mama, mamma, momma. Find words with this meaning on The Online Slang Dictionary's slang thesaurus ( urban ...

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Feb 9, 2016 ... ... a response to the prompt “another way people say mother” and fails miserably. Once “Mom/Mommy” (totally not the same thing, but whatever, ...

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Mother in Different Languages - Ways of saying mother, mom in different languages, ... contribution by writing your name along with the translation of ' mother'.

houston.cbslocal.com/2011/05/01/the-word-mother-in-other-languages

May 1, 2011 ... Don't forget that Mother's Day is this Sunday. ... Momma, Mommy, Mother, whatever. Here's how the word mother looks in other languages.

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Feb 8, 2016 ... CarAmeL6241 year ago. I swear I kept screaming "Ma!" that even my own mom told me to stop screaming for her What were the other 2?.

www.quora.com/What-are-some-other-names-to-call-your-mom

It's usually Mummy from little kids, and Mum from older kids in some regions of England. In the North of England it's Mammy from little kids and Mam from the older ...