ma'am (it is madam with an apostrophe to indicate the omitted sound).
also maam, 1660s, colloquial shortening of madam (q.v.). Formerly the ordinary respectful form of address to a married woman; later restricted to the queen, royal princesses, or by servants to their mistresses.
You have it right, It is Yes Sir, but 'mam' is Ma'am.
The correct way to spell it is Ma'am. Hope this helps. Just so you know I had to ask someone, I found your question trying to find out how to spell it myself...lol. Have a great day =) ditto for me -- glad you answered the question!
Ma'am. It's short for madam.
In Irish-mamaí / mam (mam)daidí / daid (dad)
Yes it is.
To spell mom in Tagalog: MamTagalog translation of MOM: Inay
yes it is wrong.
If by mam, you mean mom, then yes. That would be incest.
Yes mam' I do
The correct spelling is Yes Ma'am and Yes Sir. The word is actually "madam". You use the apostrophe in Ma'am because the apostrophe replaces the letter 'd' in madam.
Ma'am or more correctly Madam or in the French original Madame
mam is the word for mom in Dutch. It is the word for own's mother.
say yes mam or yes sure
Yes, meaning breasts originally, and 'mam' being an English dialect form of mother.
yes sir or mam
máthair (maw-hir)máthair is the Irish word for mothermam is the usual abbreviation