Mam or MAM may refer to:

  • Mam language, a Mayan language spoken in Guatemala
  • Mam people, an indigenous Maya people in Guatemala
  • Mam (Maya mythology), a reverential term for certain aged Maya deities.
  • Mam, Azerbaijan, a village
  • Mam Movies, a social outreach platform for Independent Filmmakers, based in Mumbai
  • Mam Jokmok, Thai comedian
  • "Mother", colloquially (sometimes) in several English-speaking countries such as the United Kingdom, Ireland, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand and is also the word for mother in Welsh.
  • Isle of Mam, a phantom island
  • Monoacetylmorphine, or MAM; one of two metabolites of heroin (either 3-MAM or 6-MAM) & an active opioid narcotic by itself

MAM (three-letter acronym)

See also

  • Ma'am

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  • Mam — puede hacer referencia a: miriámetro, unidad de longitud equivalente a 10.000 metros. Mam, una Etnia que habita en Chiapas (México) y Guatemala. Idioma mam, la Lengua utilizada por ese grupo étnico. mam, nombre de los espíritus de la lluvia en… …   Wikipedia Español

  • MAM — steht als Abkürzung für: Media Asset Management, Verwaltung von multimedialen Inhalten, siehe Digital Asset Management Medizinische Akademie Magdeburg, eine ehemalige Medizinische Hochschule Miami Art Museum Milwaukee Art Museum Museo de Arte… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Mam — bezeichnet sowohl ein Volk als auch eine Sprache in Mittelamerika, die seit der präkolumbischen Zeit bekannt sind. Das Volk der Mam gehörte in Mesoamerika zur Zivilisation der Maya. Die Hauptstadt der Mam Maya war Zaculeu nahe der heutigen Stadt… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • mam|ma — mam|ma1 «MAH muh; especially British muh MAH», noun. = mother. (Cf. ↑mother) ╂[reduplication of infantile sound. Compare Latin mamma, Greek mámmē.] mam|ma2 «MAM uh», noun, plural mam|mae «MAM ee». = mammary gland. (Cf. ↑mammary gland) ╂[<… …   Useful english dictionary

  • MAM — Indiens Maya habitant les régions occidentales du Guatemala (sierra de Cuchumatanes), hautes terres tempérées aux communications difficiles qui ont favorisé l’isolement des communautés, et la côte Pacifique, chaude, où les influences espagnoles… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Mam — (m[a^]m), n. [Abbrev. fr. mamma.] Mamma. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • mam — mȃm m DEFINICIJA 1. ono što mami, mamljenje, velika privlačnost čega, neodoljivost koja privlači 2. čin, radnja, zvuk itd. koji mami [legenda o sirenama počiva na vjerovanju u mam muzike i njeno opojno djelovanje] ETIMOLOGIJA vidi mamiti …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • mam|ba — «MAM buh», noun. any one of a genus of long, slender snakes of Central and South Africa, whose bite is poisonous. Mambas belong to the same family as the cobras but are hoodless. ╂[< Kaffir imamba] …   Useful english dictionary

  • mam|ma|ry — «MAM uhr ee», adjective. of or having to do with the mammae or breasts …   Useful english dictionary

  • mam|my — «MAM ee», noun, plural mies. 1. mamma; mother (used especially in the Appalachians): »These too were greeted…“daddy and mammy” (Southern Literary Messenger). 2. U.S. a black woman who takes care of white children, or is a servant in a white… …   Useful english dictionary

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