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  • n. Plural form of momma.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Another good book for expectant or new mommas is titled Home by Choice: Raising Emotionally Secure Children in an Insecure World by Brenda Hunter, Ph. D (no relation).

    Born at Home

  • But let's hope he means it for all of America's "mommas" -- the women who elected him.

    Martha Burk: Making Momma Happy -- What Obama Can Do for Women

  • The rich kids living with their mommas are the ones that get me: they're good students, some of them, and I'm fine with giving them the high grades, but it gets down my neck, how certain they are that they have earned those high grades, they did it all on their own, see?

    Grading Blues

  • "To destroy women, to destroy 'mommas', is to destroy the whole nation."

    Courage and Hope in the Heart of Darkness

  • Oh, and that’s another thing—kids don’t call their mommas ‘momma’ here.

    Ruby’s Slippers

  • Bowden can still talk about every baby who fell asleep in his lap, and the "mommas" who plied him with the best pecan pies in the South.

    NYT > Home Page

  • "mommas" darling little societal parasite was a loser before he even touched marijuana.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • I don't want to say "typical republicans" but this goes back to the republican politician who in the infancy of GW's admin was saying "We republicans care about our mommas, we love our mommas" because he was trying to push the prescription legislation, which turned out costing the elderly and the American people more.

    GOP is 'no friend of seniors' DNC says in TV ad

  • Go back to your mommas' basements and play with your Lords Of Warcraft.

    Screenwriter Frank Miller calls Occupy protesters 'thieves and rapists'

  • You get to experience so much, and boys LOVE their mommas.



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