Nut/mother

of these articles treats the female parents of a person, for other meanings sees nut/mother (term clarifying).
Nut/mother with children

a nut/mother is the female parents of a child.

Nut/mother one calls the Mrs. , the one child generally bears and/or.bore. The biological and social status of the maternity developing from it produces the task of the nut/mother and the father to worry about it (e) child (it) loving and devotedly and to educate it (if possible, together). The educating right have usually fatherand nut/mother together, with unmarried ones however often only the nut/mother or the father.

A care nut/mother is not the biological nut/mother, takes over however their tasks during the education of the child.

The woman can become also by adoption of a child the nut/mother.In the German iurisdiction the nut/mother is primarily the physical nut/mother: Nut/mother of a child is the woman, who bore it. (§ 1591 BGB) (see borrowing nut/mother).

Child-richest nut/mother of Germany is Barbara Stratzmann with 52 authenticated children(in 15. /16. Century).

A central role plays the nut/mother also as type of ark in the analytic psychology Carl Gustav young, see. Type of nut/mother ark.

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mummy, Mami, mummy

the address for the nut/mother is regionally different. The most frequent forms are „mummy “, „Mami “and „mummy “. Children use these words frequently in place of the name, if they address the own nut/mother.Adults use it, if they talk with children.

Examples:

  • “Ask times your mummy.”
  • “Ask times the Mami.”
  • To “, I may go mummy today into the cinema? ”

The word „mummy “or similar forms gives it world-wide in many languages. There it alsothe first word is frequent, which learns a child, the far spreading with the fact is often explained that the syllable is to be expressed „mA “for the child very easily. Others proceed from a common origin of the word.

Satisfying nut/mother in Madonnawith the green cushion of Andrea Solario

nut/mother and mould

the indogermanische master word *mātér (“nut/mother”) is the origin for the today's designation of the nut/mother in most indoeuropäischen languages. From that latin and Greek form lead themselvesmany stranger and leaning words of the German language off.

examples:

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culturally

  • Matres was a name for the threeness of the celtic fate God inside.
  • As Matri or “mothers” all helpful became in the Tantrafemale spirit designates.
  • Matrikadevis is a Hindu term for the Urmatriarchinnen, which administered the trunks of the ancestors.
  • Matrikamantra the creator word COM, with whose sound the Urmutter brought the universe out.
  • The Sinti, Roma among other things call their highest goddess Matta, “nut/mother”.
  • The gnostische, hermetic or magic term for the body of the nut/mother matrix was a redundant (“double gemoppelte”) form; it meant “Mutterin” - mould with a female ending.
  • Matronalia was a high holiday, which the Romans celebrated in the spring.
  • Matrone from latinfor “older, willful woman”.
  • the register is a public listing, particularly at universities, and is derived from Latin matricula (matrix - master nut/mother). This meaning goes back on the Metroion from Athens, to the temple of the nut/mother divinity Kybele, in which public records were up-protected.
  • the metropolis (center, capital) is from the Greek μητρόπολη, mitrópoli - nut/mother city takes (of old-Greek meter - nut/mother, origin, source and polis - city). The relationship of the city state to its colonies became similarly to the picture to nut/mother and daughter seen and is due out prä brightistic time, when exclusively in female line one left and new villages or cities of the daughter of a Matriarchin were based.

linguistic

  • (old) Greek: μητήρ,metér
  • Latin: mould, matrix, mamma
  • French: mère
  • Russian: mater', mat'
  • Czech: matka, matinka
  • slovakisch: matka, mamka
  • Polish: matka
  • Albanian: matrice (nut/mother body)
  • Spanish: madre
  • Persian: mādar
  • old: modor
  • old-Irish: mathir
  • old-Indian: matar

not indoeuropäische languages:

  • Finnish: emämaa (motherland)
  • vietnamesisch: mẹ
  • Turkishly: Anne/Ana

literature

  • Nentwich, Julia C.: Like mothers and fathers to be made - constructions of sex during the distribution of roles in families. In: Magazine for woman research & sex studies 18 (2000), No. 3, S. 96-121

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