Man nem Jan Han Sun go home his wife—no can fine who mudder.'
mudder Micmac, fadder wild Frinchman come to dees lakeshore.
Miss Marion give her a home on Hull Street 'cause mudder was allus faithful and didn't never leave her.
The little girl said, "Little lion was my brudder; great big lioness my mudder; neber heard of any udder."
Now hear me: Von day in ver early morning, I am sent to find someting to eat fer my mudder and seek seester.
You see de boy's mudder was put under de roses when he was only a few days in de world, and Easter she lubbed him mo' fer dat.
Him's a precious angel, and mudder's a nasty lady to him lots of times.
She's growing up jes' as han'some as ever her mudder was, and she's got her ways; and as for manners—hi!
Dey was my mudder and me and de ole mistus and marster on de plantation.
"Yo' mudder will be tickled to see yo'," remarked Old Ben, as they trudged along.
A racehorse that runs very well on a muddy track (1905+ Horse racing)