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I've heard ones like "mum" that was, I guess, an offshoot of "ma'am". What are some others?
Kilyra Kilyra 31-35, F 6 Answers Jun 30, 2012

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"luv".



"duckie". "mate."

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"My little eel-pie of love"

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When my sister and I were children my parents used to refer to each other as mum and dad in our presence in line with what we called them. Perhaps you heard something similar to that??

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No Mum means Mom..A term of endearment is something like awright doll (Scottish for how are you doing?) or awright bawbag (again Scottish for How are you my friend?)

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I figured mum was mom, but this guy was saying it to someone that clearly wasn't his mom. I don't get people! :)

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Ah he might well have been saying ma'am then if he was a Brit.

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Fair enough. I'm horrible with accents. I like listening to them, but obviously don't quiz me on what I heard...

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