sugar mummy n.
1. an older woman who provides for the material wants of a younger male or female lover.
|Room at the Top (1959) 174: So far I’ve been unable to find one of the rich old sugar-mammies with whom, I’d been given to understand, the place abounded.|
|Other Half 139: A sugar daddy or a sugar mummy’s all the same to me. When I was in Holloway there was this lesbian that everybody was scared of [etc.].|
|Relatively Norma 105: [of a lesbian] You’re all set up with your sugar mummy and you don’t give one fuck about the rest of us.|
|Lesbian Perspectives on Work and Family Life 78: Being a woman’s ‘kept woman’ might even be seen as an attractive option and some lesbians I know have even made allusions to finding a ‘sugar-mummy’.|
|[title] Confessions of a Sugar Mummy.|
|Good Girl Stripped Bare 129: ‘He’s looking for a “sugar mummy”. Women pay for sex then help their boyfriends emigrate to Australia’.|
2. (S.Afr. township) a wealthy white woman who pays for the companionship of attractive, younger black men.
|Black Gold of Chepkube 122: He said that the defendant, a young sailor from Japan had been unfortunate to get into the clutches of a sugar-mummy.|
|World of Whispers 48: Mama Maria (for that is the name of the sugar mummy) might have sons the age of the young fellow.|