Mummy vs. Mammy

Mummy vs. Mammy — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Mummy and Mammy

Mummynoun

The dead body of a human or animal that has been embalmed and prepared for burial, as according to the practices of the ancient Egyptians.

Mammynoun

Mother.

Mummynoun

A withered, shrunken, or well-preserved body that resembles an embalmed body.

Mammynoun

(Offensive) A black nursemaid, especially one formerly in the southern United States.

Mummynoun

Mother.

Mammynoun

(childish) mamma; mother

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Mummynoun

(countable) An embalmed human or animal corpse wrapped in linen bandages for burial, especially as practised by the ancient Egyptians.

Mammynoun

In the southern United States, a black nanny employed to look after white children; or in the antebellum South, a female slave who was close to the household and looked after the children.

Mummynoun

A reanimated embalmed human corpse, as a typical character in horror films.

Mammynoun

an offensive term for a Black nursemaid in the southern U.S.

Mummynoun

Any naturally preserved human or animal body.

Mammynoun

informal terms for a mother

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Mummynoun

A brown pigment originally prepared from the ground-up remains of Egyptian animal or human mummies mixed with bitumen, etc.

mummy brown

Mummynoun

A pulp.

Mummynoun

A substance used in medicine, prepared from mummified flesh.

Mummynoun

A sort of wax used in grafting.

Mummynoun

mother.

Mummyverb

To mummify.

Mummynoun

informal terms for a mother

Mummynoun

a body embalmed and dried and wrapped for burial (as in ancient Egypt)