Verboticism: Chronicnatophilia

'Omigod! He's... He's... Beautiful!'

DEFINITION: n. The emotional connection between a mother and her child, which continues on through life despite all the protestations. v. To be loved by your mother and even though you complain about it a lot.

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Infabomom

Created by: jasjamson

Pronunciation: N-fab-o-mum

Sentence: Infabomom created a healthy relationship with his wife and mother-in-law.

Etymology: Infant bonding with mother. Infa + bo + mom = infabomom

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a 'bon mot' - Jabberwocky, 2009-05-08: 13:14:00

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Demumstration

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: dee-mum-stray-shun

Sentence: She knew he was just showing her a demumstration in front of his friends as he tried to ignore her presence; he couldn't help but secretly text her that he still loved her.

Etymology: demonstration (protest) + mum (mother)

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Chronicnatophilia

Created by: ChrisKelly

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Amasterpieceofheartfeltstrings

Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: A-mas-ter-peace-of-heart-felt-strings

Sentence: Feeling amasterpieceofheartfeltstrings of your child.

Etymology: A masterpiece:Something superlative of its kind,an outstanding achievement! (In this case my only child, my son) Of:Composed or made from,Centering on; directed toward. Heartfelt:Sincerely and strongly felt! Strings: The ties that bind you to your child as a parent that somehow you feel when they need you by instinct. A strong connection as an invisable string that is stronger than you have ever dreamed of experiencing in a lifetime. (A deep bond) "Of ALL of the paintings,drawings or writings I have done, my greatest masterpiece is my son!

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congratulations and happy mother's day - he's a lucky boy - Jabberwocky, 2009-05-08: 13:12:00

Poignant! - Nosila, 2009-05-08: 23:22:00

HAPPY Mother's day to all you ladies blessed with children :) Thanks Jabber and Nosila ;-) - abrakadeborah, 2009-05-10: 06:29:00

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Nagnurturing

Created by: georgia27

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Mompudent

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: mämpyədənt

Sentence: Debbie can always count on her kids to be mompudent. If they expressed affection without a snide comment she would be concerned that something was drastically wrong.

Etymology: mom (one’s mother) + impudent (not showing due respect for another person)

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Mloving

Created by: Littlewolfdreamer

Pronunciation: Mll-uv-ing

Sentence: She had a special love for her child, it wasn't like any other, it was mlove.

Etymology: "Mom" and "Loving" Mom being the loving mother of the child requires no use of child in the word.

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Oxytoxindissmaterealization

Created by: November

Pronunciation: oxytoxin-diss-materealization

Sentence: He suffered from the immature and life long curse of "oxytoxin dissmaterealization".

Etymology: A Mashup from the words: oxytocin,toxin,to"diss",mater -(Noun 1. mater - an informal use of the Latin word for mother; sometimes used by British schoolboys or used facetiously ),dematerialize/realize/realization.

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his poor mother - Jabberwocky, 2009-05-08: 13:18:00

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Maternality

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: mat urn al it ee

Sentence: She always told her daughter, "You'll always be my baby, even when you're eighty!" It was her chant of maternality. Now her daughter is eighty and she at 100 still has her baby!

Etymology: Maternal (characteristic of a mother) & Eternity (time without end)

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Smotherlylove

Created by: splendiction

Pronunciation: SMOTH er ly love

Sentence: He still needed her help! She often imagined her son still small enough to hold like a baby. In fact, she could recall the day he was born as if it were just nineteen days ago! Rob felt smotherlyloved and complained bitterly to her, but looked forward to her daily calls just the same. For gawd sakes: he was thirty-nine-eleven...so why was she still asking him things like, had he eaten any greens lately or, did he still have that watch she gave him?! (Her pancakes are still the best, though).

Etymology: From: love, smother and a play on "motherly love".

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