Mamma

Mamma
pieno liauka statusas T sritis histologija, ląstelių chemija, histologinė chemija, audinių kultūra atitikmenys: lot. Mamma ryšiai: platesnis terminasbendroji danga siauresnis terminasaplinkinis laukelis siauresnis terminaspieno liauka siauresnis terminaspriespenelinis nervų rezginys siauresnis terminasriebalinis sluoksnis siauresnis terminasskaidulinis sluoksnis siauresnis terminastarpskiltelinis limfagyslių tinklas siauresnis terminastarpskiltelinis nervų rezginys siauresnis terminasvidinis skiltelės limfagyslių tinklas

Nomina anatomica, histologica et embryologica veterinaria / Lietuvos veterinarijos akademija. Anatomijos ir histologijos katedra. – Kaunas : Candela. . 1998.

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  • Mamma — (Mehrzahl: Mammae) bezeichnet: eine Sonderform der Wolken, siehe mammatus in der Anatomie vom Menschen und vom Tier: eine weibliche Brust (lat. Mamma, Mz. Mammae); eine männliche Brust (lat.: Mamma masculina); den Euter, das Gesäuge etc. bei… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Mamma — has several meanings:* A Mother, biological or social female parent of a child or offspring. * The Latin term for Breasts, the upper ventral region of an animal s torso, particularly that of mammals, including human beings * Mammatus cloud,… …   Wikipedia

  • mamma — ● mamma nom féminin (italien mamma, maman) Familier. Mère de famille nombreuse considérée du point de vue de son ascendant sur toute la famille. mamma [mama; mamma] n. f. ÉTYM. Mil. XXe; mot italien. ❖ ♦ Mère de famille italienne …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • mamma — s.f. [lat. mamma (voce infantile) madre e mammella ]. 1. (fam.) [donna che genera figli, usato anche come appellativo: E come fantolin che nver la m. Tende le braccia (Dante)] ▶◀ (lett.) genitrice, madre, (merid.) mammà. ‖ (region.) babbo, padre …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • Mamma — Mam*ma , n. [Reduplicated from the infantine word ma, influenced in spelling by L. mamma.] Mother; word of tenderness and familiarity. [Written also {mama}.] [1913 Webster] Tell tales papa and mamma. Swift. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Mamma — Mam ma, n.; pl. {Mamm[ae]}. [L. mamma breast.] (Anat.) A glandular organ for secreting milk, characteristic of all mammals, but usually rudimentary in the male; a mammary gland; a breast; udder; bag. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • mammà — s.f. [dal fr. maman, o esemplato su papà ], merid. [donna che genera figli, usato anche come appellativo] ▶◀ e ◀▶ [➨ mamma (1)] …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • mamma — 1570s, representing the native form of the reduplication of *ma that is nearly universal among the I.E. languages (Cf. Gk. mamme mother, grandmother, L. mamma, Pers. mama, Rus., Lith. mama mother, Ger. Muhme mother s sister, Fr. maman, Welsh mam… …   Etymology dictionary

  • mamma — mamma1 [mä′mə, mə mä′] n. [like L mamma, mother, Sans mā, Gr mammē < baby talk] MAMA mamma2 [mam′ə] n. pl. mammae [mam′ē] [L, breast, prob. identical with MAMMA1] a gland for secreting milk, present in the female of all mammals; mammary gland …   English World dictionary

  • Mamma — Mamma, der Laut lallender Kinder, beim ersten Versuche ihre Gefühle sprachlich auszudrücken; daher fast in allen Sprachen so v.w. Mutter …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Mamma — (lat.), die weibliche Brust; mammāl, die Brüste betreffend …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

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