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Amma means mother in many languages. In the language Tamil word அம்மா which means mother. It is used in Kannada, Telugu,tamil and malayalam languages.
Amma or AMMA may refer to:
- As acronym
- Association of Malayalam Movie Artists
- All Malaysia Malayalee Association
- American Medical Marijuana Association
- Bangaru Adigalar (born March 3, 1941), a spiritual guru from Melmaruvathur, Tamil Nadu, India
- Mata Amritanandamayi (born 1953), an Indian spiritual leader, also known as "the hugging saint"
- Amma Padmavati (born 1954), an Indian spiritual leader, the wife of Kalki Bhagavan
- Amma Sri Karunamayi (born 1958), an Indian spiritual leader
- J. Jayalalithaa (born 1948), a Tamil Nadu politician
- Amma (1949 film), a Sri Lankan film
- Amma (1952 film), an Indian Malayalam film
- Amma Rajinama, a 1991 Indian Telugu film directed by Dasari Narayana Rao
- Amma (2003 film), an Indian Hindi film
- Amma, Iran, a village in Ilam Province, Iran
- Amma, the supreme creator according to the Dogon people of Mali
- Amma, ("grandmother"), the ancestress of the freemen, or churls, in Norse mythology, see Rígsþula
- Amma, the Ashanti name for Ghanaian girls and women born on Saturday (also spelt Ama)
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