See also: Momo, mómo, mòmò, and момо

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EtymologyEdit

From Tibetan མོག་མོག ‎(mog mog), from Mandarin 饃饃馍馍 (mómo).

NounEdit

momo ‎(plural momos)

  1. A type of Tibetan, Ladakhi and Nepali dumpling made with a simple flour and water dough.
    • 2007 July 1, “Far East of the U.N.”, in New York Times[1]:
      Many dishes show a direct influence of China or India; for example, momos, or Tibetan dumplings, look like Chinese pot-stickers.

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AdangmeEdit

AdverbEdit

momo

  1. already

HopiEdit

NounEdit

momo

  1. bee

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RomanizationEdit

momo

  1. rōmaji reading of もも

PortugueseEdit

NounEdit

momo m (plural momos)

  1. King Momo (character representing the king of carnival in Latin America)
  2. momo

TagalogEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Mandarin (, “demon”).

NounEdit

momo

  1. monster, ghost
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