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Whatever language you use for calling the word mom, its meaning and warmth remains the same. Let us have a look how the word mom is called in different languages.

'Mother' In Different Languages

Famous Jewish Proverb states, "God could not be everywhere and therefore he made mothers". Let us face it, mothers are extra-special women, and they deserve a heck of a lot more than just one day dedicated to all that they do for us. The least you can do is to appreciate her efforts, be forever grateful to her and never miss a chance to show her how much you care. Motherhood is an experience beyond words and it is quite different. A mother feels her child from the moment it forms in her womb. She can feel the movements of her baby; she can feel even minute changes inside her. The bond begins there and it continues even after delivering her baby. She knows you well out and out, yet loves and cares for you deeply. Yes, the Jewish Proverb said it correct, mother is sent by god or she herself is god. Every language has its own way of addressing mother and its great fun to learn those names. Here, we have compiled the popular usage of 'mother' in different languages. Scroll down to read.

How To Call Mom In Different Languages
Afrikaans - Moeder, Ma
Albanian - Mm; Nn; Burim; Kryemurgesh
Arabic - Ahm
Aragones - Mai
Asturian - Ma
Aymara - Taica
Azeri (Latin Script) - Ana
Basque - Ama
Belarusan - Matka
Bengali - Ma,ammu, ammy
Bergamasco - Mder
Bolognese - Mder
Bosnian - Majka
Brazilian Portuguese - Me
Bresciano - Madr
Breton - Mamm
Bulgarian - Majka
Byelorussian - Macii
Calabrese - Matre, Mamma
Cal - Bata, Dai
Catalan - Mare
Cebuano - Inahan; Nanay
Chechen - Nana
Croatian - Mati, Majka
Czech - Abatyse
Danish - Mor
Dutch - Moeder; Moer
Dzorati - Mre
English - Mom, Mummy, Mother, Mama
Esperanto - Patrino, Panjo
Estonian - Ema
Faeroese - Mir
Finnish - iti
Flemish - Moeder
French - Mre, Maman
Frisian - Emo, Em, Kantaiti, iti
Furlan - Mari
Galician - Nai
German - Mutter
Greek - Mna
Griko - Salentino, Mna
Hawaiian - Makuahine
Hindi - Ma, Maji
Hungarian - Anya, Fu
Icelandic - Mir
Ilongo - Iloy; Nanay; Nay
Indonesian - Induk, Ibu, Biang, Nyokap
Irish - Mthair
Italian - Madre, Mamma
Japanese - Okaasan, Haha
Judeo Spanish - Madre
Kannada - Amma
Kurdish Kurmanji - Daya
Ladino - Uma
Latin - Mater
Leonese - Mai
Ligurian - Maire
Limburgian - Moder, Mojer, Mam
Lingala - Mama
Lithuanian - Motina
Lombardo Occidentale - Madar
Lunfardo - Vieja
Macedonian - Majka
Malagasy - Reny
Malay - Emak
Malayalam - Amma Maltese - Omm
Mantuan - Madar
Maori - Ewe, Haakui
Mapunzugun - uke, uque
Marathi -Aai
Mongolian - `eh
Mudns - Medra, mama
Neapolitan - Mamma
Norwegian - Madre
Occitan - Maire
Old Greek - Mytyr
Oriya - Bou
Parmigiano - Mdra
Persian - Madr, Maman
Piemontese - Mare
Polish - Matka, Mama
Portuguese - Me
Punjabi - Mai, Mataji, Pabo
Quechua - Mama
Rapanui - Matu'aVahine
Reggiano - Mdra
Romagnolo - Mder
Romanian - Mama, Maica
Romansh - Mamma
Russian - Mat'
Saami - Eadni
Samoan - Tina
Sardinian (LimbaSardaUnificada) - Mama
Sardinian Campidanesu - Mamai
Sardinian Logudoresu - Madre, Mamma
Serbian - Majka
Shona - Amai
Sicilian - Matri
Slovak - Mama, Matka
Slovenian - Mti
Spanish - Madre, Mam, Mami
Swahili - Mama, Mzazi, Mzaa
Swedish - Mamma, Mor, Morsa
Swiss German - Mueter
Tamil -Amma
Telegu - Amma
Triestino - Mare
Turkish - Anne, Ana, Valide
Turkmen - Eje
Ukrainian - Mati
Urdu - Ammee
Valencian - Mare
Venetian - Mare
Viestano - Mamm'
Vietnamese - Me
Wallon - Mre
Welsh - Mam
Yiddish - Muter
Zeneize - Mo