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Definition of Mam

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(British) mother, mum, mom (Informal)
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JM Latin-English Dictionary
abb. N M
Mamereus (Roman praenomen); (abb. Mam.)
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
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\mam\ (măm), n. [abbrev. fr. mamma.] mamma.

Concise English-Irish Dictionary v. 1.1
mam, máthair, mamaí, mamanna, f.
JM Languages
Mam is a Mayan language spoken in Guatemala and Mexico.
The language is: Mam
JM Welsh <=> English Dictionary
Mam = n. a mother, a dam. Mam gu, a grandmother
WordNet 2.0

1. a member of a Mayan people of southwestern Guatemala
(hypernym) Mayan, Maya
2. a Mayan language spoken by the Mam people
(hypernym) Maya, Mayan, Mayan language
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Mam or MAM may refer to:

  • Mam language, a Mayan language spoken in Guatemala
  • Mam people, an indigenous Maya people in Guatemala
  • Mam, a reverential term for certain aged deities in Maya mythology
  • Mam, a village in Azerbaijan
  • Mam Jokmok, Thai comedian
  • Mam, a British short film
  • Isle of Mam, a phantom island
  • Mam, the word for mother in Irish and Welsh 
    • the related English diminutive in some British and Irish dialects
    • Welsh Mam, an archetypal matriarch in Wales

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