What is the meaning of mother and mother in English?
And should I be flattered or angry when my friends keep telling me this?
Of course this is a definition. It's a love term in Spanish that literally means little mother. I'm not sure what she said, but I think she sees you as the mother of her children. You have to say yes, Grandpa.
Mama and Mama are abbreviations of Mama or Mama. So mother or mother = mother?
Masmita is mainly used in Mexico. Puerto Ricans will use their mother more.
In English, a friend will probably use the baby instead of the mother to pamper him.
Absolutely ... I want to be with you and kiss you gently. Of course mom ... I want to be with you and give you a soft kiss.
I have heard that local speakers call their women Mimi and Mamakita literally means little mother. She usually falls in love with her boyfriend and is sometimes used to flirting with a woman like that.
In English, it's impossible to understand. These words only have meaning in Spanish.
I don't understand why he can be offended. I say the same thing to my wife
It's kind of a little flattering, which is roughly translated as mom or mom.
Mother or mother of the same child or