(Mam"a*luke) n. Same as Mameluke.

(||Mam"e*lon) n. [F.] A rounded hillock; a rounded elevation or protuberance. Westmin. Rev.

(||Mam`e*lu"co) n. [Pg.] A child born of a white father and Indian mother. [S. Amer.]

(Mam"e*luke) n. [F. mamelouk, cf. Sp. mameluco, It. mammalucco; all fr. Ar. mamlk a purchased slave or captive; lit., possessed or in one's power, p. p. of malaka to possesses.] One of a body of mounted soldiers recruited from slaves converted to Mohammedanism, who, during several centuries, had more or less control of the government of Egypt, until exterminated or dispersed by Mehemet Ali in 1811.

(Mam"il*la`ted) a. See Mammillated.

(Mam*ma") n. [Reduplicated from the infantine word ma, influenced in spelling by L. mamma.] Mother; — word of tenderness and familiarity. [Written also mama.]

Tell tales papa and mamma.

(Mam"ma) n.; pl. Mammæ [L. mamma breast.] (Anat.) A glandular organ for secreting milk, characteristic of all mammals, but usually rudimentary in the male; a mammary gland; a breast; udder; bag.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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