mama put
 n.— «We asked the chief who hails from Iviukwe in Etsako East Local Government Area of Edo State if he visits these eateries popularly called “mama put” in Nigerian parlance. His words: “Yes, even now I like eating in the bukateria. I like this mama put system where you go to the pot and point out the orisirisi (assortment of meat), the edo (liver) the saki, the ponmo and the rest.» —“Ozekhome: A generalissimo in whom 72 kings are well pleased” by Sam Umukoro, Dafe Ivwurie Vanguard (Apapa, Nigeria) May 23, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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