Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Mummy"

The meaning of "Mummy" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does mummy boli h ki jaldi waapis AA jaana isliye jaldi kaam Kato
mean?
A:

mother said , come back soon so finish the work quickly..
Q: What does Take it up, How about this. just take it up with your mummy mean?
A: "Take it up with..." is like saying "Just go talk to..."

Example:
Child: "Dad, can I go get ice cream?"
Dad: "I'm sorry but I am busy right now. Go take it up with your mom."

In other words, the dad is saying, "I'm sorry but I am busy right now. Just go talk to mom (about it)."
Q: What does a mummy boy mean?
A: Mummy's boy/mommy's boy:
A boy/man who loves & listens to his mother too much

Synonyms of "Mummy" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between mummy and mommy ?
A: mummy is "body embalmed or treated for burial with preservatives in the manner of the ancient Egyptians" (Webster)

mommy is a "mother"
Q: What is the difference between mummy and mum ?
A: https://www.google.co.uk/amp/www.kveller.com/there-is-a-difference-between-mom-and-mommy/amp/

Ciekawy artykuł na ten temat pokazujący jak matka czuje się kiedy dziecko nazywa ją mummy a jak gdy słowo to zostaje zastąpione mum

Translations of "Mummy"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? mummy baby ko nahla rahi hai
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? mummy Papa se milkar accha lagega
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? mummy bhut kaam krvati hai!
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? me mummy k liye gift kharid rahi hu..
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? mummy AA gyi
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Other questions about "Mummy"

Q: Come on, let mummy comb your hair.
Come on, let mummy tie your hair up.
Don’t be shy.
You are such a great helper
Be patient! does this sound natural?
A: @Luna_vietnam
Q: There's the mummy in the sarcophagus. does this sound natural?
A: *The mummy is in the sarcophagus.
*The mummy is there, in the sarcophagus.
*There's the mummy - in the sarcophagus.
Q: Why do mummy(mama) and mummy(...from Egypt ) share the same word?
A: That would be correct for English (UK). But for English (US), it is spelt with an "o".
Q: You and mummy are only the people who have been to Hawaii twice. does this sound natural?
A: are the only people
Q: 为什么"mummy"的意思有木乃伊
A: 木乃伊应该是根据拉丁语也就是阿语发音的音译.

The English word 'mummy' is derived from Latin 'mumia', a borrowing of the medieval Arabic word 'mūmiya (مومياء) 'and from a Persian word 'mūm (wax)', which meant an embalmed corpse, and the bituminous embalming substance. The Medieval English term "mummy" was defined as "medical preparation of the substance of mummies" (Wikipedia)

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