|(1507-1536) second wife of Henry VIII, mother of Queen Elizabeth I||Anne Boleyn|
|(Greek mythology) the mother of the Muses, Greek goddess of memory||Mnemosyne|
|abundantly using something, broad and dark, busy, clumsy, dark and overcast, demanding, difficult to lift; having a great weight; very large, massive; grave, serious; deep, profound, explicit, extensively producing or refining something, fleshy, full, ...||heavy|
|act as mother to, protect, nurture; give life to by birthing, mom, female parent; woman who has given birth; woman acting as a mother or exercising mother-like authority; small British gun used in WWI (British Slang), mother of vinegar, of a female par...||mother|
|act in a play, celebrate in disguise, chrysanthemum, keep quiet, mom, Mom, Mother (British); silence, quietness; chrysanthemum (Informal), silent, strong beer||mum|
|act of being a father or mother to a child, raising children, child-rearing||parenting|
|acting as a substitute or replacement, appoint as a stand-in, kind of judge, substitute authority figure, act in place of another; carry a fetus for another woman; act as a substitute parent, substitute; surrogate mother, woman who voluntarily carries ...||surrogate|
|active voice, verb in the active voice (Grammar), busy, doing something, energetic, constantly moving, lively; functioning; of or pertaining to the active voice, indicating that the action is performed by the subject of the verb (Grammar), involving fr...||active|
|alive; lively, dynamic, vigorous, energetic; functioning in a way that resembles a live being (especially regarding animated cartoon characters), filmed as moving sequence of stills, lively or busy||animated|
|already in use, busy, engaged; lost in thought, occupied with meditations; taken, previously occupied, previously acquired (property), having attention taken up with something||preoccupied|
|alternative name for the Thames River around Oxford, England, Egyptian goddess of fertility, Egyptian mother goddess||Isis|
|ancient Assyrian and Babylonian goddess of love fertility and war, Babylonian mother goddess||Ishtar|
|animal without mother, child whose parents are dead, child without parents, make into an orphan, cause to become orphan, render parentless, see also:widow, stranded first line||orphan|
|any of a number of plants in the balsam family having beautiful flowers and seed pods which burst open and scatter seeds when touched, busy Lizzie, low-growing many-flowered garden plant||impatiens|
|area where group lives, country ruled by another, group of animals or plants, group of colonists, group of people who have settled in a new country and who are still subject to the mother country; country or location subject to the mother country; comm...||colony|
|be angry, be busy, begin boiling, boil something, cook by boiling; bubble or foam as if boiling; soak, steep; rage, be in a state of extreme excitement or anger, make boiling movements, seething movement or action, soak something||seethe|
|be extremely busy, droning noise, expression of displeasure or indecision, give off a low steady sound, make a droning sound, murmur, drone; sing with closed lips; work busily, be busily active, murmuring sound, constant droning sound; act of singing w...||hum|
|become full, busy with activity, charged with emotion, clean and thicken fabric during the manufacturing process, complete with nothing missing, completely, completely developed, completely so, directly or exactly, filled to capacity, fullest state, gr...||full|
|beehive, structure inhabited by a colony of bees; something resembling a beehive; place full of busy activity, go into a hive; cause to enter a hive; take shelter (as in a hive); store up, save in a safe place; live together like bees in a hive, home f...||hive|
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