Nay, a mother.
She is sick of her mother.
The Other Mother regurgitates the key and unlocks the door.
She is simply the mother; there is nothing separate from her.
She won’t bother her mother.
“My mother is smart as hell."
Mother picked her up and held her close.
Mother responds, “Quit copying off of me.
But your mother is still your mother.
Nor does her mother Or her mother or her mother’s mother.
She didn’t like leaving the mother, but the mother promised to call every day.
Tereza’s mother never stopped reminding her that being a mother meant sacrificing everything.
After his death, Min and her mother had lived frugally on the money her mother made running a newsstand.
Morrison smiled mischievously at both my mother and my mother-in-law and told them to go out now and then and enjoy the city.
Mother goddesses, as a specific type, should be distinguished from the Earth Mother (q.v.), with which they have often been confused.
If Moses’ mother met Jesus’ mother and said, “My son received the Ten Commandments,” would Jesus’ mother then say, “Well, my son sacrificed himself for the sins of all humankind”?
She captures what it is to be a mother, a would-be mother, an almost mother or a not-mother with such clever perceptiveness making the stories recognisable, familiar and strangely comforting.
the conflict here is only partly between father and son; it is also between husband and wife, mother and son, mother and kitchenmaid, kitchenmaid and gardener, mother and daughter, daughter and fiancé, fiancé and prospective mother-in-law, and between practically all of the above and the beautiful young outsider who gives her name to the picture.
She again has been further differentiated into other divinities, or rather she was given metaphorical appellations with no mythological significance, such as Krūmu māte (“Mother of the Bushes”), Lazdu māte (“Mother of the Hazels”), Lapu māte (“Mother of the Leaves”), Ziedu māte (“Mother of the Blossoms”), and even Sēņu māte (“Mother of the Mushrooms”).
Water deities are Latvian Jūras māte (“Mother of the Sea”), Ūdens māte (“Mother of the Waters”), Upes māte (“Mother of the Rivers”), and Bangu māte (“Mother of the Waves”; Lithuanian Bangpūtys), while atmospheric deities are Latvian Vēja māte (“Mother of the Wind”), Lithuanian Vėjopatis (“Master of the Wind”), Latvian Lietus māte (“Mother of the Rain”), Miglas māte (“Mother of the Fog”), and Sniega māte (“Mother of the Snow”).
- care for like a mother
- a woman who has given birth to a child (also used as a term of address to your mother)
Example: the mother of three children
- make (offspring) by reproduction
- a stringy slimy substance consisting of yeast cells and bacteria; forms during fermentation and is added to cider or wine to produce vinegar
- a term of address for an elderly woman
- a term of address for a mother superior
- a condition that is the inspiration for an activity or situation
Example: necessity is the mother of invention
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Water deities are Latvian Jūras māte Mother of the Sea Ūdens māte Mother of the Waters Upes māte Mother of the Rivers and Bangu māte Mother of the Waves Lithuanian Bangpūtys while atmospheric deities are Latvian Vēja māte Mother of the Wind Lithuanian Vėjopatis Master of the Wind Latvian Lietus māte Mother of the Rain Miglas māte Mother of the Fog and Sniega māte Mother of the Snow