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mommy

noun [C] uk   /ˈmɒm.i/  us   /ˈmɑː.mi/ US (UK mummy)
child's word for mother: I want my mommy. [as form of address] I'm thirsty, Mommy.
Translations of “mommy”
in Arabic ماما…
in Korean 아이들이 엄마를 부르는 말…
in Malaysian emak…
in Turkish çocuk dilinde anne…
in Italian mamma…
in Chinese (Traditional) 媽媽…
in Russian мама…
in Polish mama, mamusia…
in Vietnamese mẹ…
in Spanish mamá, mamita…
in Portuguese mamãe, mãe…
in Thai แม่…
in Catalan mama…
in Japanese “mom” 「ママ」の幼児語…
in Indonesian mama…
in Chinese (Simplified) 妈妈…
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