Spanish term of endearment, usually for older members of the family, such as grandparents. Terms may differ depending on country of origin and cities.
The family would meet at Mamitas (grandmothers) house on Saturdays to help her make her amazing sancocho.
An endearing term used to show affection for a female. Usually used by a latino and/or directed towards a latina. Most common in family situations, or between best friends who consider each other closer than family.
Can also be used to describe a young female, like the way Bernie Mac calls his youngest neice "baby girl". The mature version would be "mami".
"Mamita vete pa' la cama, te ves cansada."
(Baby girl go to bed, you look tired.)
"Mamita, pon la mesa, por favor."
(Sweetheart, set the table, please.)
"Mamita! Donde estas?"
(Hey you! Where you at?)
"Aye mamita...por que siempre te metes en problemas?"
(Jeez babe...why are you always getting into trouble?)
A mature good-looking person oozing with sez appeal. Often refers to single middle age foxy women.
I'd love to have a mamita for a girlfriend