Japanese name suffix used to address a person whom is honored and seen as being of high value Such as a Govermnent Official, Elder, Priest, etc. More formal than san
"You dog, how dare you speak to Miko-sama in such a manner!"
This word started out in a 1920's Brookly ghetto as 'some kind of ting' but during the great depression a bunch of cotton pickers emmigrated to England to make a living and word spread. Over time 'some kind of' was shortened to some to make some ting then shortened again to sama, hence samating. In the early 21st century samating was shortened to sama for convenience. So infact, if you think about it all you're really saying is 'some'... how silly.
Person 2: Yeah, he is a sama!
Person 1: Is Gawley a willyhead for not attending crosscountry?
Person 2: Yeah, Gawley is sama willyhead!