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mummy

noun   /ˈmʌm·i/ ( plural mummies) UK informal ( US mommy)
a word for ‘mother’, used especially by children mami Come here, Mummy!
(Definition of mummy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

mummy

noun /ˈmami/ ( plural mummies)
a dead human body preserved eg by the ancient Egyptians by wrapping in bandages and treating with spice, wax etc. momia
(Definition of mummy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “mummy”
in Korean 엄마(특히 아이들이 쓰는 말)…
in Arabic ماما…
in Malaysian mumia…
in French momie…
in Russian мама, мумия…
in Chinese (Traditional) 媽媽, 母親…
in Italian mamma…
in Turkish çocuk dilinde anne, mumya…
in Polish mama, mamusia, mumia…
in Vietnamese xác ướp…
in Portuguese mamãe…
in Thai มัมมี่…
in German die Mumie…
in Catalan mama…
in Japanese “mum” 「ママ」の幼児語…
in Chinese (Simplified) 妈妈, 母亲…
in Indonesian mumi…
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