mother

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English - Turkish
anne

Tıpkı annesine benziyor. - He looks just like his mother.

Bu çocuğun annesi bir sunucu. - This child's mother is an announcer.

{i} ana

Onların ana dili Fransızca. - French is their mother tongue.

Merhametsiz adalet zulümdür, adaletsiz merhamet yok olmanın anasıdır. - Justice without mercy is cruelty; mercy without justice is the mother of dissolution.

{f} anne gibi bakmak
{f} -e anne gibi davranmak, -e annelik etmek
{f} annelik etmek
{f} annelik yap
(Bilgisayar) anneciğim

Sevgili anneciğim, neden çok üzgünsün? - Dear mother, why art thou so sad?

annelik yapmak
sirke tortusu
köken
{i} valide

Tom kayın validesiyle iyi geçinmiyor. - Tom doesn't get along with his mother-in-law.

(Bilgisayar) anneciğime
hkr.annelik taslamak
esas
doğurmak
kaynak
analık yapmak
zemin
anne gibi davranmak
mother of pearl
sedef
mother in law
kayınvalide
mother fucker
(Argo) adi
mother fucker
(Argo) aşağılık herif
mother board
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) ana levha
mother cell
(Biyoloji) ana hücre
mother goddess
ana tanrıça
mother liquor
(Gıda,Tıp) ana sıvı
mother wit
(deyim) aklı selim
mother's birthplace
annenin doğum yeri
mother's name
ana adı
Mother Nature
tabiat ana
mother aircraft
kumanda uçağı
mother board
ana kart
mother country
memleket
mother country
anavatan

Ailesi kırk yıl önce anavatanından Brezilya'ya göç etti. - His family emigrated from their mother country to Brazil forty years ago.

mother in law
kaynana
mother liquor
ana çözelti
mother lode
ana damar
mother syrup
ana şurup
mother tongue
ana dili

Fransızca, onun ana dilidir. - French is her mother tongue.

Onların ana dili Fransızca. - French is their mother tongue.

mother tongue
anadili

Onun anadili Urducadır. - Urdu is her mother tongue.

Yabancı aksan sendromu henüz açıklanamayan, hastanın anadilini daha fazla düzgün şekilde telaffuz edemeyip yabancı bir aksanla konuşmaya başlamasıyla vuku bulan tıbbi bir durumdur. - Foreign accent syndrome is an as-yet unexplained medical condition where the patient can no longer pronounce his mother tongue correctly and seems to have a foreign accent.

mother wit
sağduyu
mother's milk
ana sütü
mother-in-law
kaynana

Mary Tom'un kaynanasıdır. - Mary is Tom's mother-in-law.

Ben seni kaynanamla tanıştıracağım. - I'm going to introduce you to my mother-in-law.

mother-of-pearl
sedef
mother board
Anakartta
mother city
anne şehir
mother crone
anne kocakarı
mother feryer
anne feryer
mother fuck
anne fuck
mother fucker
küfür: anne siken
mother fucking
lanet olası
mother goose
anne kaz
mother hubbard
anne Hubbard
mother language
Ana dil
mother language
anadil
mother language
ana lisan
mother lode
anne maden damarı
mother lode country
anne maden damarı ülke
mother nature
doğa ana
mother of god
tanrı annesi
mother of thousands
binlerce anne
mother of-pearl
anne-inci
mother superior
Baş rahibe
mother syrup
ana sürüp
mother teresa
Rahibe Teresa
mother theresa
Anne Theresa
mother to be
anne olmak
mother tongue
Ana dil

Esperanto'yu ana dilim gibi konuşabiliyorum. - I can speak Esperanto as if it's my mother tongue.

Onların ana dili Fransızca. - French is their mother tongue.

mother's boy
anne çocuk
mother's milk
anne sütü
mother, female parent
anne, kadın ebeveyn
mother, mama
anne, mama
mother, mom, mama
anne, anne, anne
mother- in-law
kayınvalide
mother-in-law
Kayın valide, kaynana
mother-of-pearl
anne-of-pearl
mother; maternal: matrilineal
anne, anne: matrilineal
Mother's Day
anneler günü
mother cells
(Tıp) ana hücreler
mother cloud
(Meteoroloji) ana bulut
mother country
anayurt, anavatan
mother earth
yer
mother lie
(Tekstil) ana lavga ( çözelti )
mother liquid
(Tekstil) ana lavga ( çözelti )
mother liquid
katılaşmadan arda kalan sıvı yada su
mother liquor
(Tekstil) ana lavga ( çözelti )
mother love
anne sevgisi
mother lye
(Tekstil) ana lavga ( çözelti )
mother naked
{s} çırılçıplak
mother naked
{s} anadan doğma
mother of coal
(Jeoloji) ana kömür
mother of pearl clouds
(Meteoroloji) sedef bulutların anası
mother of vinegar
sirke tortusu
mother wavelet
ana dalgacik
mother wit
{i} akıl fikir
mother's bosom
ana kucağı
mother's darling
ana kuzusu
mother's day
anne adı
mother's love
ana yüreği
mother's side
ana tarafı
mother fucker
(Argo) göt herif
mother tongue
anadil
motherfucker
(Argo) aşağılık herif
motherhood
{i} annelik

Annelik, hayatınızı nasıl değiştirdi? - How has motherhood changed your life?

motherfucker
(Argo) aşağılık
motherliness
anne sevgisi
motherly
anaya özgü
Mothers
analar
motherfucker
(Argo) Kendi anasını beceren. Aşağılık, adı bir şey yapan birine karşı söylenir
mothering
annelik etme
motherless
anase
motherly
ana gibi
mothers
anneler

Sadece işçiler değil; karıları, kız kardeşleri, anneleri ve dört yaşından büyük kızları da acımasızca istismar ediliyor. - Not only the workers, but also their wives, sisters, mothers, and daughters older than four are being cruelly exploited.

Anneler çoğunlukla çocuklarını şımartırlar. - Mothers often pamper their children.

mother tongue
(isim) anadil
motherfucker
ana becerici
motherhood
analar
motherhood
validelik
motherhood
anallk
motherhood
{i} analık
mothering
(isim) annelik etme
mothering
annelik yapma
motherless
{s} öksüz
motherless
anasız
motherless
annesiz
motherliness
analık
motherliness
annelik
motherly
{s} anaya yakışır
motherly
(sıfat) ana gibi
motherly
anneye özgü
English - English
A title given to a nun or a priestess
One's mother
A female parent of an animal

The lioness was a mother of four cubs.

A (human) female who (a) parents a child or (b) gives birth to a baby. Sometimes used in reference to a pregnant female, possibly as a shortened form of mother-to-be (c)

The antiabortion iconography in the last decade featured the fetus but never the mother.

motherfucker
A striking example
Any person or entity which performs mothering
Any elderly woman, especially within a particular community
A title of respect for one's mother-in-law

Mother Smith, meet my cousin, Doug Jones.

To treat as a mother would be expected to treat her child; to nurture
A female ancestor
A source or origin, viewed affectionately

The Mediterranean was mother to many cultures and languages.

Something that is the greatest or most significant of its kind

The great duel, the mother of all battles has begun. — Saddam Hussein.

{n} a woman who has borne a child, a viscous substance in vinegar
{v} to mold
{a} native, original
Ones mother
make children; "Abraham begot Isaac"; "Men often father children but don't recognize them"
Lee Elston Jenkins
Also: the Holy Spirit, the Holy Ghost, Isis and Shiva The third person of the Holy Trinity of many religions The sumtotal of the feminine, passive and negative (in terms of polarity) energies of the Universe
a stringy slimy substance consisting of yeast cells and bacteria; forms during fermentation and is added to cider or wine to produce vinegar
A film or membrane which is developed on the surface of fermented alcoholic liquids, such as vinegar, wine, etc
Received by birth or from ancestors; native, natural; as, mother language; also acting the part, or having the place of a mother; producing others; originating
Your mother is the woman who gave birth to you. You can also call someone your mother if she brings you up as if she was this woman. She sat on the edge of her mother's bed She's an English teacher and a mother of two children I'm here, Mother
Mother was the tongue-in-cheek title given to a large etching that I did It was dubbed such because of the massive size of the plate and the catchy Danzig song by the same name
{s} of a female parent; pertaining to or resembling the love of a mother
The home, or base A Mother site would be the original of any mirror sites See Mirror
To adopt as a son or daughter; to perform the duties of a mother to
a condition that is the inspiration for an activity or situation; "necessity is the mother of invention"
a woman who has given birth to a child (also used as a term of address to your mother); "the mother of three children"
That which has produced or nurtured anything; source of birth or origin; generatrix
a term of address for an elderly woman
A nickel 'disc' that has been electroformed from a nickel Father as part of the CD or DVD glass mastering process
A title of respect for ones mother-in-law
{f} act as mother to, protect, nurture; give life to by birthing
One's female parent
A woman who has, conceives, gives birth to, or raises a child
The electroformed part made from a father and containing a data image of the final disc
An old woman or matron
a condition that is the inspiration for an activity or situation; "necessity is the mother of invention" a woman who has given birth to a child (also used as a term of address to your mother); "the mother of three children" a term of address for an elderly woman a stringy slimy substance consisting of yeast cells and bacteria; forms during fermentation and is added to cider or wine to produce vinegar care for like a mother; "She fusses over her husband
a term of address for an elderly woman a stringy slimy substance consisting of yeast cells and bacteria; forms during fermentation and is added to cider or wine to produce vinegar care for like a mother; "She fusses over her husband
Someone who thinks girls who go after her son are brazen and the ones who don't are stupid
To become like, or full of, mother, or thick matter, as vinegar
If a woman mothers a child, she looks after it and brings it up, usually because she is its mother. Colleen had dreamed of mothering a large family. + mothering moth·er·ing The reality of mothering is frequently very different from the romantic ideal
The female superior or head of a religious house, as an abbess, etc
A female parent; especially, one of the human race; a woman who has borne a child
If you mother someone, you treat them with great care and affection, as if they were a small child. Stop mothering me. to look after and protect someone as if you were their mother, especially by being too kind and doing everything for them. Mother Cabrini Great Mother of the Gods Mother Jones Mother Goose Mother Lode Country Mother's Day and Father's Day Mother Seton Teresa of Calcutta Blessed Mother
and acts as a means of conveying the oxygen of the air to the alcohol and other combustible principles of the liquid, thus leading to their oxidation
matka [MAT-kah] This is a no-brainer In fact, if you look across various languages, you'll find that most words for mother begin with the letter "m " It's been suggested that the "m" sound (a voiced bilabial nasal) is one of the first sounds babies make; it's so easy to make after all--just vibrate your vocal cords and voila! "m"! So it's almost logical to think that "m"s begin the word for one of the primary figures in our lives Date of entry: 31 March 2000
{i} mom, female parent; woman who has given birth; woman acting as a mother or exercising mother-like authority; small British gun used in WWI (British Slang)
care for like a mother; "She fusses over her husband"
Hysterical passion; hysteria
Nickel positive electroplate made by electrodeposition on master electroplate Required in making stamper, which presses positive of recording into phonograph records
ema
mum

My mum was so tired that she went to bed early. - My mother was so tired that she went to bed early.

mooder
maw
ima
mater
mycoderma
africander
mutha
momma
mor

My mother always gets up early in the morning. - Mother always gets up early in the morning.

Mother always gets up early in the morning. - My mother always gets up early in the morning.

amma
mither
Mother Carey's chicken
The storm petrel
Mother City
Cape Town
Mother Earth
The goddess of earth in various cultures
Mother Earth
The personification of Earth and its biosphere; Mother Nature
Mother Nature
A personification of nature as woman, stressing fertility and fecundity
Mother Russia
A national personification of Russia, appearing in patriotic posters, statues, etc
Mother Superior
The head of a convent; an abbess
Mother Superiors
plural form of Mother Superior
Mother Teresa
A person who is completely unselfish to the point of being saintly
Mother Teresa
A nun who worked among the poor for many decades in India
Mother Theresa
Common misspelling of Mother Teresa
Mother of God
A name for the Virgin Mary, as mother of Jesus Christ, who Christians believe to be God
Mother of God's plant
A vernacular name for the flowering herb Salvia
Mother's Day
A day in honor of mothers, which falls on the second Sunday in May in the United States, and on the fourth Sunday of Lent, exactly three weeks before Easter Sunday, in the United Kingdom and Ireland
mother country
The country in which a person (or group of people) was born; motherland, homeland
mother fuckers
plural form of mother fucker
mother goddess
A goddess, often portrayed as the Earth Mother, who serves as a general fertility deity, the bountiful embodiment of the earth
mother hen
An outspoken and overprotective woman dealing with others' affairs
mother hen
A female chicken who bears eggs or chicks
mother hens
plural form of mother hen
mother lode
A large or rich vein of gold or of another precious mineral from which other branches extend

Undeterred, reasoning from the coarseness of the gold that it had not traveled far, they had set out in search of the mother lode.

mother lode
Any source of valuable or useful material

It is also letting them probe the genomes of other organisms for DNA that could turn out to be a mother lode for medicine.

mother of all
Used before a plural noun to form a compound noun having the sense of: the greatest or largest of its kind

Five mail-order ice creams. Four pregnant women. Welcome to the mother of all taste tests.

mother sauce
A basic sauce from which many further sauces can be derived by making minor changes or additions to the ingredients
mother sauces
plural form of mother sauce
mother ship
A vessel or aircraft that serves or carries a smaller vessel or vessels that operate independently from it
mother ships
plural form of mother ship
mother superior
a nun in charge of a priory or convent; either a prioress or an abbess
mother tongue
The language spoken by one’s ancestors
mother tongue
The language one first learned; the language one grew up with; one's native language
mother tongues
plural form of mother tongue
mother's milk
breast milk
mother-goddess
Attributive form of mother goddess

mother-goddess worship.

mother-in-law
A mother-in-law apartment
mother-in-law
One’s spouse’s mother
mother-in-law apartment
A small apartment attached to or carved out of a nominally single-family house, ostensibly intended for occupancy by a mother-in-law or other relative, but potentially also rented out to a stranger
mother-in-law style
Linguistic or anthropological term for the style of speech and manners which are to be observed between an Australian aboriginal man and his mother-in-law (ie. wife's mother). Depending on the particular people this can go so as far as an entirely separate vocabulary of words. (Reference: Macquarie Aboriginal Words, Macquarie University, 1994, paperback ISBN 0-949757-79-9, introduction.)
mother-lode
Alternative form of mother lode
mother-of-pearl
Made from or looking like mother-of-pearl; iridescent or pearly
mother-of-pearl
The hard pearly inner layer of certain mollusk shells; nacre
mother-to-be
A pregnant woman, especially one expecting her first child
mother tongue
{i} native language

My native language is Hungarian. - My mother tongue is Hungarian.

French is her native language. - French is her mother tongue.

mother of mercy
(Nükleer Mühendislik) Christians belive that Mary is Mother of Mercy because her Son, Jesus Christ, was sent by the Father as the revelation of God's mercy
mother of mercy
(Nükleer Mühendislik) Mother of Mercy is just another way of saying Mirjam: loved by God
mother language
native language
mother superior
A mother superior is an abbess or other nun in charge of a Christian religious order or congregation, a convent or house of women under vows
mother-naked
(deyim) Mother-naked, naked as the day one was born, naked as the day you were born, in one's birthday suit, in your birthday suit
Mother Earth
the world, considered as the place or thing from which all life comes
Mother Goose
fictitious author of a collection of English nursery rhymes that were probably first published in the 1700's
Mother Goose
The imaginary author of Mother Goose's Tales, a collection of nursery rhymes first published in London in the 18th century. Fictitious old woman, reputedly the source of the body of traditional children's songs and verses known as nursery rhymes. Often pictured as a beak-nosed, sharp-chinned old woman riding on the back of a flying gander, she was first associated with nursery rhymes in Mother Goose's Melody (1781), published by the successors of John Newbery. The name apparently derived from the title of Charles Perrault's collection of fairy tales Ma Mère l'oye (1697; "My Mother Goose"). The persistent rumour that Mother Goose was an actual Boston woman is false
Mother Hubbard
{i} muumuu, Hawaiian dress for women, housedress
Mother Nature
Mother Nature is sometimes used to refer to nature, especially when it is being considered as a force that affects human beings. when Mother Nature created Iceland out of volcanic lava and glaciers. The personification of nature as a powerful and nurturing woman. used to talk about nature, especially when it is thought of as a force that affects people and the world
Mother Superior
A Mother Superior is a nun who is in charge of the other nuns in a convent. A woman in charge of a religious community of women. the woman who is in charge of a convent
Mother Teresa
(1910-1997) Albanian-born Catholic nun, founder of charitable organizations for the sick and underprivileged, winner of the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize
Mother Teresa
an Albanian Roman Catholic nun (=a member of a group of Christian religious women) who lived in India, where she worked to help the poor and the sick in the city of Calcutta. She won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979, and people think of her as a typical example of someone who is very kind, unselfish, and morally good (1910-97). Mother Teresa
Mother Theresa
{i} (1910-1997) Albanian-born Catholic nun, founder of charitable organizations for the sick and underprivileged, winner of the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize
Mother of God
In Christianity, the Mother of God is another name for the Virgin Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ. a title for Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ, used in the Roman Catholic Church
Mother's Day
day on which mothers are honored observed annually on the 2nd Sunday in May
Mother's Day and Father's Day
Holidays. In the U.S. a nationwide observance of Mother's Day was suggested by Anna Jarvis of Grafton, W.Va., and in 1908 formal observances were held in churches in Grafton and Philadelphia. By 1911 every state celebrated the occasion on the second Sunday in May. It was formalized by Congress in 1914. In Britain, Mother's Day is celebrated in mid-Lent as Mothering Sunday. During the Middle Ages a custom developed of allowing those who had moved away to visit their home parishes and their mothers on Laetare Sunday, the fourth Sunday of Lent. Many other countries also celebrate the holiday on this date, while some mark the observance at other times of the year. Father's Day was first celebrated in 1910 in Spokane, Wash., through efforts of Sonora Dodd and the YMCA. Celebrated on the third Sunday in June, it became a legal holiday in 1972. Both days were originally largely religious holidays but have been commercialized with the sending of greeting cards and the giving of gifts
mother board
This is the printed circuit board which contains the main chips
mother board
The main board in a computer Accessory boards are plugged into "slots" on the mother board, and may have connections on the "back plane" of the computer for connecting external devices The mother board contains the microprocessor, the memory, and a variety of other components Newer computers have more of their components on the mother board, meaning that fewer accessory boards are necessary Thus, newer computers can get by with fewer "slots" than older ones
mother board
the main circuit board for a computer
mother board
(see Main Board)
mother board
main circuit board of a computer to which the processor chip expansions cards and other units are attached
mother board
The circut board which connects and controls the entire computer
mother board
The heart of the alarm interface/isolation bay design consisting of diode sets, relays, terminal strips and lamps which are housed in a framework intended to be located in the power board line
mother carey's chicken
medium-sized storm petrel
mother carey's chicken
storm petrel
mother cell
A cell that divides to produce two or more daughter cells
mother city
large city
mother country
Someone's mother country is the country in which they or their ancestors were born and to which they still feel emotionally linked, even if they live somewhere else. Dr Kengerli looks to Turkey as his mother country. = motherland
mother country
country where one was born
mother country
If you refer to the mother country of a particular state or country, you are referring to the very powerful country that used to control its affairs. Australia, New Zealand, and Canada, had no colonial conflict with the mother country
mother earth
earth shown as the mother of all things
mother figure
a woman who evokes the feelings usually reserved for a mother
mother figure
If you regard someone as a mother figure, you think of them as having the role of a mother and being the person you can turn to for help, advice, or support. An older woman, often one in a position of power or influence, who elicits the emotions usually reserved for a mother
mother fucker
insulting terms of address for people who are stupid or irritating or ridiculous
mother goose
the imaginary author of a collection of nursery rhymes
mother hen
a hen with chicks a person who cares for the needs of others (especially in an overprotective or interfering way)
mother hen
A person who fusses over others in an overprotective manner
mother lode
the main vein of ore in a deposit
mother nature
nature shown as the mother of all things
mother of all living
mother Earth
mother of thousands
{i} creeping plant that bears many small red and white flowers
mother ship
large ship carrying landing craft and small boats which are sent on missions to the shore
mother ship
a large ship or spacecraft from which smaller boats or spacecraft are sent out
mother superior
nun who is the head of a convent
mother tongue
Language customarily spoken by a person before coming to the United States
mother tongue
one's native language; the language learned by children and passed from one generation to the next
mother tongue
Your mother tongue is the language that you learn from your parents when you are a baby. = native tongue. your mother tongue is the first and main language that you learnt when you were a child = native language/tongue
mother tongue
refers to the first language learned at home in childhood and still understood by the individual at the time of the census
mother tongue
The first language spoken in an individual's home in his early or earliest childhood; one's first language or native language
mother wit
Innate intelligence or common sense
mother's apron strings
symbol of security and warmth provided by a mother
mother's boy
a man or boy who allows his mother to protect him too much and is considered weak American Equivalent: mama's boy
mother's boy
a boy excessively attached to his mother; lacking normal masculine interests
mother's daughter
a daughter who is favored by and similar to her mother
mother's day
second Sunday in May
mother's heart
feelings of a mother, nurturing nature
mother's milk
milk secreted by a woman who has recently given birth
mother's son
a male person; "every mother's son who could walk was there
mother-in-law
1) The 7 pin; 2) the back pin in a sleeper situation
mother-in-law
the mother of your spouse
mother-in-law
A person who sometimes goes too far when she stays too close
mother-in-law
mother of one's husband or wife
mother-in-law
Usually the 7-pin, because it's often the pin that remains standing to spoil what looked like a good strike hit; sometimes synonymous with barmaid
mother-in-law
Someone's mother-in-law is the mother of their husband or wife. mothers-in-law the mother of your wife or husband
mother-in-law's tongue
stemless plant having narrow rigid leaves often cultivated as a houseplant
mother-like
maternal, like a mother, similar to a mother
mother-naked
as naked as at birth
mother-of-pearl
The hard, smooth, iridescent inner lining of the shell oysters, mussels, and other molluscs
mother-of-pearl
The hard, pearly, iridescent substance forming the inner layer of certain mollusk shells When cut and polished, it is often used for inlays
mother-of-pearl
Mother-of-pearl is the shiny layer on the inside of some shells. It is used to make buttons or to decorate things. a pale-coloured hard smooth shiny substance that forms the inside of some shellfish, and is used for making buttons, jewellery etc
mother-of-pearl
The iridescent coating on the inside of oyster shells Mother-of-pearl is used for jewellery, buttons, among things
mother-of-pearl
Colorful, iridescent lining of the pearl oyster Frequently used in jewelry, inlay work, etching and on handles of knives and forks Shells are cut into pieces and polished, then a fine drill is used to make patterns Though the tools used are simple, the skill and patience needed are exceptional Many designs require a thousand strokes of the artisan's drill before completion Relatively hard, resistant to cracking, clean, attractive and inexpensive
mother-of-pearl
Iridescent milky interior shell of the freshwater mollusk that is sliced thin and used on watch dials While most have a milky white luster, mother-of-pearl also comes in other colors such as silvery gray, gray blue, pink and salmon
mother-of-pearl
Iridescent, milky interior shell of the fresh water mollusk that is sliced thin and used on watch dials While most have a milky white luster, mother-of-pearl also comes in other colors such as silvery gray, gray blue, pink, and salmon
mother-of-pearl
is the smooth, hard pearly lining on the interior of upper and lower shells of certain oysters and other molluscs, used to make decorative objects, buttons and beads
mother-of-pearl
the iridescent internal layer of a mollusk shell
mother-to-be
A mother-to-be is a woman who is pregnant, especially for the first time. mothers-to-be a woman who is going to have a baby
mother-to-be
pregnant woman, woman expecting a baby, future mother
be mother
To pour out tea for others

Ah, here are the cakes and tea; shall I be mother?.

motherhood
the state of being a mother
mothering
The protective behaviour of a mother towards her child
mothering
The nurturing of a child by its mother
mothering
Shortened form of a-mothering ; practice of visiting one's literal or figurative mother or mother church (compare Mothering Sunday)
mothering
Nurturing or protective behaviour reminiscent of that performed by a literal mother
mothered
past of mother
motherhood
{n} the state or office of mother
motherless
{a} having lost or void of a mother
motherly
{a} like a mother, kind
motherly
{a} tenderly
A mother
moder
Mother tongue
mt
Motherly
maternal
mother fucker
asshole, son of a bitch (Vulgar Slang)
mothered
Thick, like mother; viscid
motherhood
{i} state of being a mother; collective entity of all mothers
motherhood
The state of being a mother; the character or office of a mother
motherhood
Motherhood is the state of being a mother. women who try to combine work and motherhood. the state of being a mother
motherhood
the kinship relation between an offspring and the mother
motherhood
mothers as a group
mothering
A rural custom in England, of visiting one's parents on Midlent Sunday, supposed to have been originally visiting the mother church to make offerings at the high altar
mothering
{i} nurturing an infant and bringing up of a child or children by a mother
mothering
the process of caring for children in the way that a mother does
mothering
present participle of mother
motherless
You describe children as motherless if their mother has died or does not live with them. Michael's seven motherless children. a motherless child is one whose mother has died
motherless
Without a living mother
motherless
having no living or known mother
motherless
{s} orphaned, having no mother; abandoned by a mother
motherless
Destitute of a mother; having lost a mother; as, motherless children
motherliness
The property of being motherly
motherliness
the quality of having or showing the tenderness and warmth and affection of or befitting a mother; "the girl's motherliness made her invaluable in caring for the children
motherliness
The state or quality of being motherly
mother
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