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Synonyms:
mom,mommy
Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
mother (noun)
1.
a) a female parent
b) (1) a woman in authority , specifically the superior of a religious community of women
(2) an old or elderly woman
2.
- source origin necessity is the mother of invention
3.
maternal tenderness or affection
4.
short for sometimes vulgar - motherfucker
5.
something that is an extreme or ultimate example of its kind especially in terms of scale - the mother of all construction projects
mother (adjective)
1.
a) of, relating to, or being a mother
b) bearing the relation of a mother
2.
derived from or as if from one's mother
3.
acting as or providing parental stock - used without reference to sex
mother (verb)
transitive verb
1.
a) to give birth to
b) to give rise to - produce
2.
to care for or protect like a mother
mother (noun)
- mother of vinegar
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
mother (adjective)
of, relating to, or characteristic of a mother
SYNONIMS:
maternal, mother
RELATED WORDS:
parental; female, feminine, womanish, womanlike, womanly; matriarchal, matronly; caring, giving, nurturing
mother (noun)
a female human parent
SYNONIMS:
ma, mama ( mamma momma), mammy, mater, mom, mommy, old lady
RELATED WORDS:
materfamilias, matriarch, matron; stepmother; supermom, superwoman
mother (verb)
1.
to bring forth from the womb
SYNONIMS:
birth, deliver, drop, have, mother, produce
RELATED WORDS:
labor; breed, multiply, propagate, reproduce, spawn; beget, father, generate, get, sire; calve, kid, kindle, kitten, litter, pup, whelp
NEAR ANTONYMS:
abort, lose, miscarry
mother (verb)
2.
to attend to the needs and comforts of
SYNONIMS:
administer (to), care (for), minister (to), mother
RELATED WORDS:
cure, heal, remedy; doctor, treat; aid, conserve, preserve, provide (for), support; baby, coddle, mollycoddle, pamper, spoil; cater (to), humor; indulge
NEAR ANTONYMS:
brush (aside off), forget, ignore, neglect, overlook, slight
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