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mamanoun [C]

uk   /məˈmɑː/  us   /ˈmɑː.mə/
UK old-fashioned or US informal a mother: [as form of address] Can I have some more, Mama? Where's your mama? US slang a woman, especially an attractive one: There's a good-looking mama sitting at the bar.
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