noun, plural mo·mo, mo·mos.
Origin of momo
Examples from the Web for momo
Historical Examples of momo
The wild peach (momo) blooms at the same time, but attracts little attention.
There was a proverb, Τῷ Μώμῳ ἀρέσκειν Momo santisfacere; vide Adagia Variorum, 1643, p. 58.The Works of Lord Byron
The peach (Chinese tao, Japanese momo) is a symbol of marriage, but also of longevity.Chats on Oriental China
J. F. Blacker
Ngandina—Maternal uncle or father-in-law; vocative form in the case of father-in-law, is ngandi or momo.The Fijians