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'Omigod! He's... He's... Beautiful!'

DEFINITION: n. The emotional connection between a mother and her child, which continues on through life despite all the protestations. v. To be loved by your mother and even though you complain about it a lot.

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Nagnurturing

Created by: georgia27

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Smotherlylove

Created by: splendiction

Pronunciation: SMOTH er ly love

Sentence: He still needed her help! She often imagined her son still small enough to hold like a baby. In fact, she could recall the day he was born as if it were just nineteen days ago! Rob felt smotherlyloved and complained bitterly to her, but looked forward to her daily calls just the same. For gawd sakes: he was thirty-nine-eleven...so why was she still asking him things like, had he eaten any greens lately or, did he still have that watch she gave him?! (Her pancakes are still the best, though).

Etymology: From: love, smother and a play on "motherly love".

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Chronicnatophilia

Created by: ChrisKelly

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Pedopathy

Krixwell

Created by: Krixwell

Pronunciation: peh doh path y

Sentence: Ellen loved her son more than anything else. Her pedopathy was strong; she was a true pedopath.

Etymology: pedo (child); pathos (emotion)

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Demumstration

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: dee-mum-stray-shun

Sentence: She knew he was just showing her a demumstration in front of his friends as he tried to ignore her presence; he couldn't help but secretly text her that he still loved her.

Etymology: demonstration (protest) + mum (mother)

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Smotherhood

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: sməðərhoŏd

Sentence: Joyce is very good at smotherhood. Despite protests from her son Tom, she is involved just about every aspect of his life. She selects what he should wear each day. She plans his diet, what he watches on TV, how he spends his spare time. Tom's wife just wants her to go home for a while.

Etymology: smother (make (someone) feel trapped and oppressed by acting in an overly protective manner toward them) motherhood (being with a female parent)

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Dylanquerncy

Created by: dochanne

Pronunciation: Dill-an-kwern-see

Sentence: Cameron bristled every time his mother's dylanquerncy surfaced, it reminded him of where he once begun, she would 'always be emotionally yours', even when he was unraveling wherever he's traveling, even to foreign shores. Despite his behaviour or her neediness, boy, mama was on his mind!

Etymology: Dylan - rocks; delinquency - objectionable behaviour usu of youth and emotionally laden; maternity/paternity - parentage; infancy - period of immaturity and neediness.

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Mombarrasment

Created by: Koekbroer

Pronunciation: mom-barr-rass-mint

Sentence: She's a bit of a mombarrassment when she smothers Doug because he always complains afterwards.

Etymology: mom + embarrassment

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Magape

Created by: UnluckyCharm511

Pronunciation: Ma-gaip

Sentence: The mother loved her only so much, it was the culmination of magape.

Etymology: From Agape (unconditional love) and Mother.

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Amomability

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: A Mom A bilitee

Sentence: For eighty years she showed great agility at her favourite calling, her kids never doubted her amomability!

Etymology: A Mom (a female parent) & Ability (the quality of being able to perform; a quality that permits or facilitates achievement or accomplishment;possession of the qualities (especially mental qualities) required to do something or get something done)

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nice - Jabberwocky, 2009-05-08: 13:13:00

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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2009-05-08: 00:01:01
We're celebrating Mothers Day with today's definition, and with a few words from the Bob Dylan song Lord Protect My Child:
Just to see him at play makes me smile
No matter what happens to me
No matter what my destiny
Lord, protect my child
Happy Mother's Day ~ James

mrskellyscl mrskellyscl - 2009-05-08: 06:32:00
Oh great, now I get to spend all day with mascara running down my face. I almost couldn't write anything. The lyrics to the song are so beautiful and all at once bathed me in memories of my mother, memories of the birth of my daughter and of the day I was blessed to be there for the birth of her son. Thank you, James.

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2009-05-08: 09:22:00
It sounds like Bob has touched a chord. Thanks! ~ James