How do you pronounce Mamo?

How do you pronounce Mamo?

How do you pronounce Mamó?

  1. Phonetic spelling of mamo. m-ai-m-oh. mamo.
  2. Meanings for mamo. It is the common name for referring to the extinct species of birds.
  3. Synonyms for mamo. Hawaiian honeycreeper. honeycreeper.
  4. Translations of mamo. Arabic : مامو Russian : мамо

How do you pronounce Maimeó?

To pronounce Móraí: the emphasis is on the first syllable, which sounds like the English word “more” but with a flapped (lightly trilled) “r”: MORR-ee. To pronounce the flapped “r,” think of how “sure and begorrah” is pronounced.

What is Mhamo?

big, great, large, huge, major.

What do the Irish call grandma and grandpa?

Ireland (Gaelic) While maimeó anddaideó are the words used to address a grandmother or grandfather, there are a few different words for grandparents in Irish. For example, there are máthair chríona, which translates to “wise mother,” and athair críonna which translates to “wise father.”

How do you pronounce moirai?

  1. Phonetic spelling of Moirai. M-EE-r-eh. Horace Bauch. moirai. Chelsea Ortiz.
  2. Meanings for Moirai. the 3 goddesses of fate or destiny; identified with the Roman Parcae and similar to the Norse Norns. Ricky Dietrich. A popular surname that is originated in Ireland.
  3. Synonyms for Moirai. Greek deity. Alexzander Schuster. Moirae.

What does Maimeo mean?

This term would not be used to directly address a grandparent. Children would instead use Maimeó (MAM o) or Móraí (MO ree). Other Irish terms for grandmother include máthair mhór (maw her aWOR), meaning “great mother,” and máthair chríona (MAW her KHREE un na).

What does Daideo mean in Irish?

“Daideo” meaning grandad in Gaeilge/irish langauge.

How do you say grandma in Cherokee?

NATIVE HISTORY ASSOCIATION – Cherokee Lesson 10: Family….Study the words and phrases below.

ENGLISH TSALAGI (CHEROKEE) Phonetic Pronunciation
Grandmother Agilisi Ah-gey-lee-see

How do Irish say mother?

What is the Irish or Gaelic for Mother? And if your cúpla focal is failing, you the Irish or Gaelic for Mother is Máthair.