mom - from mamma
1570s, reduplication of ma-, nearly universal among the I.E. languages. Probably a natural sound in baby-talk, perhaps imitative of sound made while sucking. In educated usage, the stress is always on the last syllable. In terms of recorded usage in English, mum is from 1823, mummy 1839, momma 1884, mom 1894, and mommy 1902.
the british..... and from the word mom
YOUR MOM and form the mom because your mom means comet in Latin.
For a young child, it is easier to say ma-ma. From there it is an easy transition to Mommy and a shortcut from there is Mom.
from the word mum
It come from your mom
There is no anagram. The letters can spell phrases such as "mom being coy" or "come my bingo." The longest word is becoming.
No, mom is a noun.
There are a lot of 3 word sentences about mom.
The commonly used word for "mom" in Norway is "mama".
Tom bom come rum bumb bomb that's all i got!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
no but they come from your mom
Yes, the word "mom" is a palindrome because it is also "mom" backwards. The word "dad" is also a palindrome.