A slang term for a grandmother. Used in many southern states, including Texas, Arkansas, Georgia, and Louisiana.
"Hey Mema! Where you goin'?"

"I'm headin' back into the house to get your Pepa."
by texarkanaborn November 2, 2012
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Used by Filipinos when hearing or seeing people do something inappropriate or not connected to their topic
Short for (memagawa) means doing something inappropriate, (memasabe) means saying something inappropriate
Friends: (talking about the exams)
Me: (trying to change the topic)
Friend: you're so mema
by Mhemha October 20, 2019
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Mema and Pepa are German derived nicknames for grandmother and grandfather respectively. They are not Yiddish (bubbe would be Yiddish for grandmother) or Southern U.S. American. They are used in areas with German ancestry in the U.S. though.
by Mike Bee TV February 11, 2016
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Mema is a very kind person with a big heart! She makes you smile until you cheeks hurt

Just speak with that bitch already
Woah I talked to Mema today! There such a nice and pretty person!

I love them!
by Pussydestroyer1010101 October 18, 2021
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The greatest grandmother anyone could ask for!! She is sweet, caring, and lets you do pretty much anything you want.
by I_love_baby_yoda February 10, 2021
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mema is so tHoughtful!
thEy’re just so nice!

you’ll Like them a lot!
they’re the Perfect sister!
you: hey Markus! How’s Mema?
me: *blinks twice*
you: hello?
me: oh she’s great!
by scary_applebees <3 June 29, 2021
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What Jesus would call Christmas. Because he was probably clever and stuff.
Jesus: Hey...merry MEMAS! Get it! Because I'm witty!
by David. December 11, 2004
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