MOMARAZZI

What Does MOMARAZZI Mean?

MOMARAZZI means "maternal photographers." The term refers to a group of mothers that try to (with good intentions) aggressively pursue their children's every move at various sporting and life events (i.e., sports tournaments, graduations, prom nights).

MOMARAZZI is a play on words from the word "Paparazzi." It can also refer to a mother who constantly takes pictures of her children (or even pets) and uploads them to social media websites like Facebook and Twitter.

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When I write MOMARAZZI, I mean this: meaning of MOMARAZZI [The term MOMARAZZI derives from the term "Paparazzi."]

Summary of Key Points

"maternal photographers" is the most common definition for MOMARAZZI on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
MOMARAZZI
Definition:maternal photographers
Type:Word and Abbreviation
Guessability:
3: Guessable
Typical Users:
Adults and Teenagers

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Examples of MOMARAZZI in Sentences

Here are examples of MOMARAZZI being used in conversations:
  • Friend: Did you go to Harry's graduation?
  • Mother: Yes, but I couldn't get a good picture because the MOMARAZZI were pushing me out of the way.
  • Daughter: Take it easy with your camera today, mom. You're one of the MOMARAZZI.
  • Mother: I need to make sure I get some good pictures.

An Academic Look at MOMARAZZI

MOMARAZZI is typically used as a noun (i.e., a naming word). For example:
  • I can't take a good picture of Billy. The MOMARAZZI are in my way.
  • (Here, MOMARAZZI is being used as a noun.)
As well as being a mass noun, MOMARAZZI also is play on words from the term "Paparazzi." This also makes the word a pun.

What Did We Say before Texting and Social Media?

Before the digital era, MOMARAZZI couldn't have possibly existed because smart phones and hand held cameras didn't exist.

Example of MOMARAZZI Used in a Text

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