Māhū (Hawaii) – in Native Hawaiian culture this refers to an individual who may be considered third-gendered with characteristics of both sexes, usually a male to female. In contemporary Hawaii the word is also used to describe people who are transgender, transvestites, or gay.
She will smother you with hugs and kisses. She will smother you with eligible men and the ways of the Kama Sutra. She will smother with unwarranted advice and counsel. She will smother you with "her" way until you are begging for death. She's your mother, that's her job.
1989 film Harlem Nights 1.) The consumption of food, drink and other um shall we say proteins. 2.) A measurement created by parents who are sick and tired of their ungrateful crotch fruit having the audacity to leave a skosh of orange juice in the fridge instead of having the good sense to finish it or throw it away.
Claremont Women Pictured: (L/R) Jean Grey, Kitty Pryde, Rogue, Storm
Based on 70s X-Men writer, Chris Claremont who revamped the portrayal of female super-heroes. Under his pen they (Storm, Rogue, Jean Grey, Kitty Pryde, etc.) were written as smart, powerful, capable, multi-faceted female sheroes.