momma

[mom-uh]
noun
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momma (ˈmɒmə)
 
n
(US), (Canadian) another word for mother

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momma
1884, Amer.Eng. variant of mamma (q.v.). As a biker's girlfriend or female passenger, from 1950s.
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Example sentences
The ultimate goal of the three missions is to rescue the momma panda and her
  two babies.
Tall teachers are good teachers, my momma used to say.
They describe meter long catfish as the babies of a big momma.
Her momma asked for too much and they sent her upstairs.
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