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amma

, ind. [sa. amba], orig, a voc. of ammā
(q. v.), used as a term of familiar address to females
(cf. tāta); (a) a child to the mother, Th 44 (≠ SN I
209,7* quoted Dhp-a IV 22,9*, cf. Spk III 103,17);
Thī 33 (cf. MN III 90,13); 454; DN I 93,6; SN I
amma(metre faulty); Ps I 294,10 = Sv (III) 790,24; Pv-a
73,27; 74,1; — (b) to a daughter, Thī 51; Dhp-a II
48,14; III 172,3 — (c) to women in general. Ps I
294,4-11 — Sv (III) 790,19-25; Ja I 291,13 foll.; II
133,10; Dhp-a II 44,16; Spk I 57,5*; Pv-a 6,16; 63,25;
— (d) to one's parents, frequently ~ tāta! Vin III 12,34
= MN II 56,23 (Ps) = 57,7; 59,30; Ja IV 281,27;
Dhp-a III 68,5 ; Ud-a 71,17 ; — (e) to more persons (in
this case generally written
ammā): Dhp-a I 232,17; II
80,10 (Ck amma); III 100,17; 105,10; Ja I 78,32;
79,2 = Dhp-a III 196,9; ~ā tātā, Dhp-a II 114,7;
IV 219,15 (v.I. amma tāta); cf. samma.