mommy

[mom-ee]
noun, plural mommies. Informal.
mother1 ( defs 1, 2, 4 ).
Also, mommie.


Origin:
1900–05, Americanism; momm(a) + -y2. Cf. mammy, mummy2

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mommy
1902, U.S. variant of mamma. Mommy track first attested 1987. Related: Mommies; also cf. momma.
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Example sentences
They're mommy's didn't teach them to share with the others.
For hours on end, day after day, cyclists endure the sort of agony that makes
  normal people cry for their mommy in ten seconds.
Universities could hire and retain many of the talented people currently now
  relegated to the mommy track of contingent status.
Many of them expect you to be their nurturing mommy and cater to their every
  whim.
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