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mother rate
(Noun) a woman who gave birth and looks after her child/ children
Usage: She is a mother of four.

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(Noun) the one and only gifted relation given to us by GOD.. she is the one who gives her life and brings a new life into the light of the world... the one who sacrifices her life for the welfare of her kid..
Usage: Mother is a gift from god

Mother rate
(Noun) The woman that gave birth to you.
Usage: The mother cared for her children and made them peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Yum.

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a woman who doesn't need to be our blood to love & care for us in the most sincere & unconditional way
Usage: love your mother

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(Noun) a female who gives you birth
Usage: My mother gave birth to me.

mother rate
(Noun) a woman who conceives a child and able to give birth to a child.
Usage: the mothers love

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(Noun) In the womb of the mother is where every new person grows.
Usage: My mother takes care of me.

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(Noun) A person who will never abort or abandon the one put under care. A person who loves the child or adult child more than oneself. A person that wants the child to make less mistakes (preferably no mistakes) than oneself. A person who nourishes and nurtures as long as the ability is present. A person who has and shows at every opportunity that one has sacrificial love.
Usage: He will always remember his mother as the only reason he knows how to love women as princesses and queens.

mother rate
(Adult / Slang)
1. A woman who has born a child; a female parent.


(1) Jim Wade (William Powell) in Manhattan Melodrama (1934): ' I was born at home because I wanted to be near mother at the time.'

(2) Norman Bates (Anthony Hopkins) in Psycho (1960): ' A boy's best friend is his mother.'

(3) Margaret Reynolds (Barbra Streisand) to her nagging overbearing mother Mrs. Yussim (Jane Hoffman) in Up the Sandbox (1972): ' If this is what it's like to be a mother I'll turn in my ovaries.'

(4) Isaac Davis (Woody Allen) and Mary Wilke (Diane Keaton) in Manhattan (1979):
-- Isaac: ' I have a kid. He's being raised by two women at the moment.'
-- Mary: ' Oh, you know, I think that works. They made some studies. I read it in one of the psychoanalytic quarterlies. You don't need a male and two mothers are absolutely fine.'
-- Isaac: ' Oh, really? Because I always feel very few people survive one mother.'

(5) Marquise de Merteuil (Glenn Close) in Dangerous Liaisons (1988): ' When it comes to marriage one man is as good as the next, and even the least accomodating is less trouble than a mother.'

(6) Mrs. Flax (Cher) to her daughter Charlotte (Winona Ryder) in Mermaids (1990): ' Hooo! We're going to play my favorite game. Who's the worst mother in the world? Now don't tell me. Let me guess. Who could it be? Could it be me? '

(7) Ann Napolitano (Mercedes Ruehl) in The Fisher King (1991): ' If I had to live with my mother I would stab myself six times.'

(8) Young Moira (Caroline Goodall) to Captain James Hook (Dustin Hoffman) in Hook (1991): ' You need a mother very, very badly.'

(9) Mitzi (Hugo Weaving) to Felicia (Guy Pearce) in The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (1994): ' Is it true that when you were born the doctor turned around and slapped your mother? '

(10) Julie Blair (Karen Sharpe) and Jerome Littlefield (Jerry Lewis) in The Disorderly Orderly (1964):
-- Julie: ' You loved your father, didn't you? '
-- Jerome: ' Love you can't help, but I also respected and admired my father. Respect and admiration you have to earn.'
-- Julie: ' Who else have you ever loved? '
-- Jerome: ' Oh, well, I loved his wife. She was like a mother to me.'

(11) Kate (Meg Ryan) and Luc Teyssier (Kevin Kline) in French Kiss (1995):
-- Kate: ' Do you believe in love, the kind that lasts forever? '
-- Luc: ' I loved my mother.'
-- Kate: ' Everybody loves their mother. Even people who hate their mother love their mother.'

2. The favored and most trusted whore in a pimp's stable.
SYNONYMS: bottom woman; main; main bitch; main piece; main squeeze; mother.
SEE ALSO: B-girl string; corral; family; girlfriend; in-laws; meal ticket; mother; old lady; pimp's corral; sister-in-law; stable; wife-in-law.

3. A madam or female brothel-keeper. See madam for synonyms.

4. A male homosexual; or the tutor or mentor of young homosexuals.

5. Short of motherfucker, a despicable person.

mother rate
(Noun) maternal care giver
mother rate
(Noun) one who gave birth to you
Usage: my mother is mean sometimes, but I love her.

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(Noun) a women that have delivery, adopt or help a child
Usage: my aunt is my hearth mother

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(Noun) Very kind person who is full of love
Mother rate
(Verb) It's a woman who you were born to or raised you.
Usage: That is your mom over there!

mother rate
(Noun) a female parent
Usage: did you speak to your mother?

mother rate
(Noun) the person who carried you for 9 months, and gave birth to you
Usage: My mother helps me do my homework.

mother rate
(Noun) who gives life
mother rate
(Noun) a woman who makes you and usually takes care of you
Usage: My mother took good care of me even from the start.

(Abbreviation) Maternal Opioid Treatment Human Experimental Research

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