2 a name under which Ninkhursag was worshipped
EtymologyReduplication of ma; a trend present in many languages, probably with ultimate origin in baby talk.
- a GenAm /ˈmɑmə/, /"mAm@/
- In the context of "informal|lang=cmn": mother
- Informal term for mother. The more formal term is .
- paternal uncle, one’s father’s brother
- Dench, Alan Charles. 1995. Martuthunira: A Language of the Pilbara Region of Western Australia. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics. Series C-125.
- papu (father)
- Dench, Alan (1991). "Panyjima", in R.M.W. Dixon and Barry J. Blake: The Handbook of Australian Languages, Volume 4. Melbourne: Oxford University Press Australia, 125–244.
- the mother
Nounmam stem mám
Mama may refer to:
- "Mama" (1960 song), a song by Connie Francis
- "Mama" (Electric Light Orchestra song)
- "Mama" (Tozzi & Branigan song)
- "Mama" (Genesis song)
- "Mama" (Spice Girls song)
- "Mama" (Il Divo song)
- "Mama", a song by The Sugarcubes from Life's Too Good
- "Mama" (BJ Thomas song), a song by BJ Thomas
- "Mama" (Oingo Boingo song), song by Oingo Boingo
- Mama (album), an album by Vitas
- "Mama" (My Chemical Romance song), a 2008 song by My Chemical Romance from their album, The Black Parade.
In other uses:
- Ninhursag, a Sumerian earth goddess
- Mami, a goddess
- Thelma Harper, a fictional character frequently referred to as "Mama"
- Mama, Yucatán, a municipality of Yucatán
Mama (urban-type settlement), an urban-type settlement in
- Mama Airport, an airport there
- Ma-ma, also known as Rock 'n Roll Wolf, a movieIMDB
mama in German: Mama
mama in French: Mama
mama in Dutch: Mama
mama in Polish: Mama
mama in Portuguese: Mama
mama in Russian: Мама (значения)