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Mama(s) or Mamma(s) may refer to:


  • Roles 1
  • Places 2
  • Anatomy 3
  • Art, entertainment, and media 4
    • Fictional characters 4.1
    • Film 4.2
    • Literature 4.3
    • Music 4.4
      • Awards 4.4.1
      • Groups and labels 4.4.2
      • Albums 4.4.3
      • Songs 4.4.4
    • Periodicals 4.5
    • Stage productions 4.6
    • Television 4.7
  • Brands and enterprises 5
  • Computing and technology 6
  • Religion and mythology 7
  • Other uses 8
  • See also 9


  • Mama-san, in Japan and East Asia, a woman in a position of authority
  • Mother, a female parent
  • Mamas, a name for female associates of the Hells Angels



Art, entertainment, and media

Fictional characters

  • Thelma Harper or "Mama", a fictional character played by Vicki Lawrence on The Carol Burnett Show and the sitcom Mama's Family
  • Gemma Teller Morrow, the matriarch of u outlaw motorcycle club SAMCRO on The Sons of Anarchy television show, called "Mama" by her lover Nero Padilla


  • Ma-ma (1976 film), a Soviet–French–Romanian musical film directed by Elisabeta Bostan
  • Mamma (1982 film), a Swedish film directed by Suzanne Osten
  • Mama (1990 film), a Chinese film directed by Zhang Yuan
  • Mamá (2008 film), an Argentine short film directed by Andres Muschietti
  • Mama (2013 film), a Spanish-Canadian feature-length adaptation of the 2008 short also directed by Andres Muschietti
  • Ma Ma (2015 film), a Spanish film directed by Julio Medem




Groups and labels

  • MAMA Records, an American label distributed by Summit Groups
  • The Mamas & the Papas U.S. pop musical group




Stage productions


Brands and enterprises

Computing and technology

Religion and mythology

Other uses

  • Mama and papa, in linguistics, the sequences of sounds corresponding to the words for "mother" and "father"

See also

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