Definitions

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  • noun US, dialect, southern US grandmother, especially maternal grandmother
  • noun US, dialect, southern US, less commonly mother

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Examples

  • My "mamaw" absolutely loves you and it's depressing her to see you go.

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  • My "mamaw" absolutely loves you and it's depressing her to see you go.

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  • My "mamaw" absolutely loves you and it's depressing her to see you go.

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  • Well, I would, she says, her voice taking on an innocent twang, ifn I didnt have Earl Junior on the way, and you know mamaw cant stay alone in the trailer so good no more.

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  • Well, I would, she says, her voice taking on an innocent twang, ifn I didnt have Earl Junior on the way, and you know mamaw cant stay alone in the trailer so good no more.

    Fade

  • Well, I would, she says, her voice taking on an innocent twang, ifn I didnt have Earl Junior on the way, and you know mamaw cant stay alone in the trailer so good no more.

    Fade

  • Well, I would, she says, her voice taking on an innocent twang, ifn I didnt have Earl Junior on the way, and you know mamaw cant stay alone in the trailer so good no more.

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  • James Binnie cautioned his friend the Colonel against the attractions of the buxom siren; and laughingly would ask Clive how he would like Mrs. Mackenzie for a mamaw?

    The Newcomes

  • [00: 57] Liastnir: will your mamaw try her hand at criminal defense?

    waterdiluted Diary Entry

  • It isn't bad enough that I have to tromp through miles of toys at Christmas with these women and listen to how their little angels threw their arms around Grandma's neck and said, "I wub you mamaw."

    The Ties That Bind...And Gag!

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