English version

mam in Family topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmammam /mæm/ noun [countable]  SSFMOTHERmother – used in Scotland and northern England syn mum
Examples from the Corpus
mamAnd you shouldn't have waded straight in with your boots on, telling her you couldn't find her mam.His mam was dying of some rare disease which no doctor could cure and always, but always, proved fatal.And me mam found some gear and burnt foil and that was it.The neighbours don't have nothing to do with me and I only see me mam once a week or so.Me mam must have known something was up, but she didn't really click what it was.I was living with my mam in a council house.Your mam, you now, she wouldn't believe but that I was swinging the lead all those years.