What does the word ‘mama’ mean in Italian?
What does ‘mamas’ mean to you?
It’s a word that comes up when you hear Italian, especially Italian-American Italian-Americans and Italian-Canadian Italian-Canadians alike.
In an article by MTV News’ Jennifer Lee, we’re going to look at what ‘mambo’ means in Italian.
You’ll learn about the Italian pronunciation of the word, the meaning behind the word and the history behind it.
If you want to learn more about the word in Italy, here’s an excellent book on the subject: Italian-English Dictionary.
The Italian-America word ‘ma’ means “little” or “little boy” in Italian, and it also refers to someone who is older than a little boy, which is why Italian-Amish Italians are so fond of ‘moms’ and ‘mommas’.
Here’s the word: Mambo If you want a closer look at the word ma, here is a very brief explanation from the dictionary: Ma (ma) is a diminutive of mari, “little,” or “child” and is derived from the Latin word marum meaning “little person”.
In Latin, mare meaning “daughter”, maru meaning “baby” or maro meaning “puppy.”
There is also a word mara, which means “daughter” in French, and there are also mari or maras in Spanish.
In the early 19th century, when the word “mambo” first appeared, there were two main meanings of the term: “Little girl” or “little boy.”
In 1856, French poet, novelist, playwright, and essayist Jean Genet wrote the poem, “Somewhere Over The Mambo.”
In this poem, Genet talks about the life of an “over-the-mambo,” someone who lived a very modest life and never had any children of her own.
He talks about his “little girl” (who was only about three years old), who was in a small house with her parents, and the way he lived.
The poem became one of the most popular in the world, and is now used to describe people who live life as if they were little girls.
Genet’s “over the mambo” describes a person who lived like that, without children, without anyone to be a parent, without having a home, without being loved, without knowing anyone at all.
In the early 20th century when the phrase “mama” became popular, Geneta wrote about the lives of “mamas” in his “Over the Mambo,” where he talks about a “mammoth mother” who would never give her “the child of her mind” and would never allow her child to have the world.
At the time, Genets “over mambo,” was seen as a derogatory term in Italy.
The word mambo was often used as a insult by people who didn’t know what to make of it.
But Genet wasn’t the only person who had used the word mambo to describe someone who didn ‘t have children of their own.
“In his poem, Jean Geneta talks about “mambo,” but he also used the term “mangro.
“The word “ma” can also mean “little man” in Spanish, where the word mamado comes from.
A mambo means “pregnant woman” in English, and “mamba” comes from the Spanish word mamba meaning “to produce” or, in the case of a young girl, “to become pregnant.”
In other words, a mambo is a young woman who’s pregnant and she’s trying to get pregnant.
And a mamba means “young girl” in Portuguese, where mamba is a feminine word that means “baby girl” and comes from Portuguese mamada meaning “young lady.”
A “mambola” is a little girl who is pregnant and who wants to be pregnant, and a mambola is a “little lady” or a “baby lady.”
A mambula is an English term that describes someone who wants or is attempting to become pregnant.
It means that the woman is trying to become a mother.
When we talk about mambo, we usually think of a mammy, who is a younger woman who is trying desperately to become the mother of her child.
If someone is “mammy” and wants to have children, they’re a “woman” or an “amigol” or they’re an “aspirant” or we may say they’re “mami,” meaning “someone who is young.”
What is a mama?
A mother is a person whose primary purpose is to provide for her child and also to help her child grow up.
The term “mother” is also used to refer to someone’s