Definition of mommy
: mother 1a
Examples of mommy in a Sentence
the little boy cried for his mommy
Recent Examples of mommy from the Web
This isn’t the first time the mommy-daughter duo stepped out in twinning outfits.
And those who favor flowing lengths should look to Heidi Klum, a master of mommy-and-me manes, who stepped out in Manhattan alongside daughter Lou Samuel.
My kids have visited me a few times and can’t wait for their mommy to be back home.
Undoubtedly Kensington Palace understands how a little mommy-and-me twinning naturally appeals to those with their eyes fixated on the British royal family’s every move.
There are certainly arguments to be made for both sides, as Lively is more mommy blogger-adjacent in the real world—
Anita Busch of Deadline reports that the Ghostbusters filmmaker will write and direct an adaptation of A Simple Favor, a murder-mystery novel about a mommy blogger and her missing best friend.
This storm destroyed trees and property and our area’s tourism industry took a big hit, but the storm helped these couples create something even more beautiful and these stunning mommies-to-be are living proof.
After the children climb into bed, their night comes to a close the same way each day: a prayer to the heavens and a kiss good night from mommy.
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Origin and Etymology of mommy
alteration of mammy
First Known Use: 1846See Words from the same year
MOMMY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mommy for English Language Learners
: a person's mother
MOMMY Defined for Kids
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