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mummy

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈmʌmi/
MOTHER UK informal ( US mommy) a word for 'mother', used especially by children: Come here, Mummy! My mummy and daddy came too.Names people call their close relatives
DEAD BODY a dead body covered in cloth, especially from ancient Egypt: an ancient/Egyptian mummyHistoryDeath and dying
Translations of “mummy”
in Arabic ماما…
in Korean 엄마(특히 아이들이 쓰는 말)…
in Malaysian mumia…
in French momie…
in Turkish çocuk dilinde anne, mumya…
in Italian mamma…
in Chinese (Traditional) 媽媽, 母親…
in Russian мама, мумия…
in Polish mama, mamusia, mumia…
in Vietnamese xác ướp…
in Spanish momia…
in Portuguese mamãe…
in Thai มัมมี่…
in German die Mumie…
in Catalan mama…
in Japanese “mum” 「ママ」の幼児語…
in Indonesian mumi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 妈妈, 母亲…
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