biological mother

n. Niam yug

English-Hmong dictionary. 2013.

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  • biological mother — /baɪəˌlɒdʒɪkəl ˈmʌðə/ (say buyuh.lojikuhl mudhuh) noun See biological parent …   Australian English dictionary

  • biological mother — true mother of a child, woman who gave birth to a child …   English contemporary dictionary

  • biological mother — noun The woman from whom one inherits half of ones DNA and who is the source of ones mitochondrial DNA …   Wiktionary

  • someone's biological mother — someone’s biological father/​mother/​parent phrase someone’s natural father or mother, rather than a man or woman who has adopted them (=become their legal parent) Thesaurus: parentshyponym Main entry: biological …   Useful english dictionary

  • Mother Country — redirects here. For the concept of national identity, see Homeland. Mother Country (2002) is a novel by Libby Purves about a young American computer expert who goes in search of the relatives of his biological mother, a teenage heroin addict in… …   Wikipedia

  • Mother Country (novel) — Mother Country (2002) is a novel by Libby Purves about a young American computer expert who goes in search of the relatives of his biological mother, a teenage heroin addict in 1970s London when she had him who was pronounced an unfit mother and… …   Wikipedia

  • Mother and Child (film) — Mother and Child Australian theatrical poster Directed by Rodrigo García Produced by L …   Wikipedia

  • Mother and Child Reunion — Single by Paul Simon from the album Paul Simon A side …   Wikipedia

  • Mother — Numerous terms redirect here. For other uses, see Mother (disambiguation), Mom (disambiguation), Mommy (disambiguation), Moms (disambiguation), Mum (disambiguation), Motherhood (film), and Mothering (magazine) …   Wikipedia

  • mother — I. /ˈmʌðə / (say mudhuh) noun 1. a female parent. 2. Aboriginal English (a term used to refer to one s biological mother and her sisters.) 3. a mother in law, step mother, or adoptive mother. 4. (a term of familiar address for an old or elderly… …   Australian English dictionary

  • Biological — Biologic Bi o*log ic, Biological Bi o*log ic*al, a. 1. Of or relating to biology. {Bi o*log ic*al*ly}, adv. [1913 Webster] 2. related by blood; of parents and children; contrasted with {adoptive}, {adopted}, or {foster}; as, Mary was adopted… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English


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