Crossword clues for mommy
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
n. (context US Canada usually childish English) mother.
Mommy (or mom) is a term used predominantly in American English speaking countries as reference to a mother, the female parent.
Mommy or Mommies may also refer to:
- Mommy (1995 film), 1995, starring Patty McCormack
- Mommy (2014 film), a 2014 film directed by Xavier Dolan
- Mommy 2: Mommy's Day, 1997 film, sequel to the 1995 film Mommy
- Mommy Mommy, 2007 documentary film
- The Mommies (comedy duo), American female comedy duo
- The Mommies (TV series), American sitcom aired from 1993 to 1995
Mommy is a 1995 American low budget thriller starring Patty McCormack as a mother who is psychotically obsessed with her 12-year-old daughter Jessica Ann (Rachel Lemieux). McCormack is best known for her role as Rhoda Penmark in the 1956 film The Bad Seed.
Mommy is a 2014 Canadian drama film directed by Xavier Dolan and starring Anne Dorval, Antoine-Olivier Pilon and Suzanne Clément. The story concerns a mother with a sometimes-violent teenage son, struggling to control his behaviour in a hypothetical future in which parents have the legal option to commit troubled youth to public hospitals. The story continues Dolan's themes in mother-son relationships in his films, and is shot in an unconventional aspect ratio.
The film debuted at the Cannes Film Festival, where it won the Jury Prize. It became a financial and critical success. Mommy went on to win numerous other awards, among them nine Canadian Screen Awards, including Best Motion Picture.
"Mommy" is the third episode of the fifth season of the anthology television series American Horror Story. It aired on October 21, 2015 on the cable network FX.
Usage examples of "mommy".
Buddhic cable-knit Harv, dandling his bear on his knee now, calmly asks Kevin Bain if it feels to his Inner Infant like Mommy and Daddy were ever going to appear cribside to meet his needs.
Judy, wondering about entanglements between the Manitows and the Dosses, something that went beyond Mommy and Me, country-club tennis, Laura Ashley bedrooms.
It was the face of a hatefully happy man, a face that radiated a horrible handsome warmth, a face to make waterglasses shatter in the hands of tired truck-stop waitresses, to make small children crash their trikes into board fences and then run wailing to their mommies with stake-shaped splinters sticking out of their knees.
Daddy write the neato story about the two-headed mommy with the two-headed baby?
Mommy Fortuna crackled her twiggy fingers and the bars were iron again, and the harpy sank down on its perch, waiting.
The boys told how the family had gone on a picnic, how Kam caught a bee in a honey jar, how Randy dropped the jar on the log, how some bees came, how more bees came, how Karen got one stuck in her hair which stung her, how Mommy was running to help, how Mommy and Dad were dead now.
It was his parents who had opted for storage as a family unit, Mommy and Daddy and young Viktor all in the same capsule in the cryonic chambers, and once the process of resuscitating his father had well started the other two had already been much more than halfway back to life.
I think those with children make new friends at the mommy park, through play dates and Gymboree, the same way single women find other women to play with.
One time, Gramps came over and yelled at Mommy, but he stopped after a while.
Inside the house was a family with a daddy, a mommy, an eight-year-old boy named Lija, and his sister Rachel, who was there for him to quarrel with.
When Mommy and Daddy tucked Minni in, I edged between them and the side of the bed, baring my teeth in an only partially intimidating manner.
True, pure sociopathy is really pretty rare, but Mommy Dearest qualifies, I think.
Just like a little kid lost in the woods, scared to death and crying for his mommy.
Not until he tried something in a park with lots of mommies and kiddies and cops around.
After she left for Motown was when Mommy Terror started locking troublesome, hyperkinetic me in the basement.