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  • n. the relationship of a godmother to the other god-parents, and the legal parents, of a child.
  • n. in polygamy, a wife of one's father who is not one's mother; that is, co-wife of one's mother
  • n. in polygamy, the relationship between one co-wife and another, in respect to their children
  • n. in a lesbian couple, the nonbirth mother (partner of the birth mother) of a child, especially one who takes an equal role in mothering the child


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  • Marci, my wonderful friend, soul sister, and “book co-mother”—we did it!

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  • And at 17, I became a co-mother, and that made it all come alive again.


  • In the 23rd hour of Tooba's cumulative testimony - exclusive of breaks and overnight recesses - here it is, the nut graph, the crux of the quadruple murder case against Tooba, her husband Mohammad Shafia and their son Hamed, in what the crown alleges was an Afghan honour killing'' of three teenage sisters and their co-mother, their bodies discovered June 30, 2009 in a Nissan Sentra submerged in the Kingston Mills Locks. - Home Page

  • Posted October 9th, 2008 by Michael Airhart fugitive from justice Lisa Miller continues to violate Virginia and Vermont court orders that she comply with the visitation rights of former partner and co-mother Janet Jenkins.

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  • Dawn Wells, in case you didn†™ t already know, is the co-mother of the bar argument, which, at least indirectly, led to the creation of this here fine establishment.

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