mămʹə) noun. plural mammae (mămʹē). An organ of female mammals that contains milk-producing glands; a mammary gland, mama
(mămʹəl) noun. Any of various warm-blooded vertebrate animals of the class Mammalia, including human beings, characterized by a covering of hair on the skin and, in the female, milk-producing mammary glands for nourishing the young, mamalia.
(mă-mălʹə-jē, -mŏlʹ-) noun. The branch of zoology that deals with mammals, mamalogi
(mămʹə-rē) adjective. Of or relating to a breast or mamma, mama; tetek : mammary gland, kelenjar mama.
mammary gland (mămʹə-rē glănd) noun. Any of the milk-producing glands in female mammals, consisting of lobes containing clusters of alveoli with a system of ducts to convey the milk to an external nipple or teat. These glands typically occur in pairs and begin secreting milk when young are born, kelenjar mama