Thursday, 28 January 2010


mamelon n a rounded hill or protuberance. [Origin French, nipple] Chambers, 1998

This seems fairly self-explanatory. The origin makes everything clear. Ooh Mrs Brown, you have got a lovely pair of mamelons etc.

1 comment:

  1. More boring Grill facts - Manchester's name comes from Mame-castre, the breast-shaped hill/fort.