There are 2 definitions of mamma in English:

mamma1

Syllabification: mam·ma

noun

Variant spelling of mama.

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There are 2 definitions of mamma in English:

mamma2

Syllabification: mam·ma
Pronunciation: /ˈmamə
 
/

noun (plural mammae /ˈmamē, ˈmamˌī/)

1A milk-secreting organ of female mammals (in humans, the breast).
More example sentences
  • The breasts came to be understood as a sign of the anomalous nature of the human body, as other mammals do not have prominent mammae: only human females do.
  • Adult lions have 30 teeth and adult females have four mammae.
  • In general, females have enough mammae for each young in the largest litters to have his or her own.
1.1A corresponding nonsecretory structure in male mammals.

Origin

Old English, from Latin, 'breast'.

Derivatives

mammiform

Pronunciation: /ˈmaməˌfôrm/
adjective
More example sentences
  • The Protoclassic is easy to recognize by the breast-shaped supports, known as mammiform pottery.
  • ProtoClassic pottery, however, is included due to the decorative form of the mammiform supports and the peccary supports that develop in the following century.
  • A single mammiform sherd was found in the surface collection.

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