A caveman who loves to whoop her adversaries with her infamous level 6 wooden club. She is known for her insane strength and power, as well as her apelike tendencies, as well as constantly saying "Ooga ooga ooga ooga".

She is also notable for giving birth to Maameron, who inherited The Mum's genes but is unable to use them due to his brain being too small (nonexistent).

Also commonly known as Fred Frintstone.
Maameron: You wanna fight? I'm next door!
Anybody: Ok
*shows up at Maameron's and sees The Mum with her level 6 wooden club*
Anybody: Oh god. I am in for quite a turrible time.
The Mum: Ooga ooga ooga ooga ooga! Yabba dabba doo!
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Another way of swearing on your mums life
Person A: 'Hey, did you get with my girl last night?'
Person B: 'Nah you're my mate, that'd be peak'
Person A: 'Say mums'
Person B: 'Mums'
Person A: 'Alright, safe g'
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The British, Australian, New Zealand and South African equivalent to the American and Canadian Mom.

And all this argument about the correct way to spell it is nonsense. Why would you bother fighting about the right way to spell Mum/Mom, cheque/check or fiord/fjord? It's neither here nor there. And certainly saying it was Mum first isn't going to bring about a nation-wide reform on it's spelling in America, now, is it?
"Sorry, can't come over, my Mum said 'no'."
by Viktorya Croire April 30, 2008
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A word americans don't know how to spell

Also townies use the phrase 'your mum' as an insult
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Very prude old woman with an ugly living room. Bam and Jess Margera's grandma(Phil and Don Vito's mom).
"I bet you 'test drove' a lot of 'cars.'"-Mum Mum, Viva la Bam
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1. A British form of the word 'mom'

2. Means to keep quiet (also British)
1. Did you call your mum yet?

2. Keep mum and we won't get in trouble.
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