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mama put

mama put
 n.— «He complained to everyone in the village… how the “mama-put” ladies failed to understand his refusal to pay for a not-too-hot soup.» —“Nweke Ntioba ” by Maurice O Ene Usenet: soc.culture.nigeria Nov. 25, 1998. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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