Monochorionic-monoamniotic presentation of identical twins
Peach, a tree fruit (from "momo", romanization of the Japanese 桃, for peach)
Momo (dumpling), a dumpling popular in Tibet, Nepal and India.
Momo (company), manufacturer of automotive and racing gear
MOMO syndrome, a rare genetic disorder
Siemens Modular Metro, a brand of electric train vehicle system
Momo Car-Sharing, short for the EU project "more options for energy efficient mobility through Car-Sharing"
Joffrey Tower, originally named "Modern Momentum Building"
MoMo, a derogatory term used in reference to practitioners of Momentum investing
MoMo, an abbreviation for Molly Mormon, a stereotype
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is a Japanese retired professional wrestler, better known by her maiden name, Nakanishi made her debut for the All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling (AJW) in July 1996 at the age of sixteen and during the next seven years, won all of the promotion's top titles, including the WWWA World Championship and the WWWA World Tag Team Championship. In 2003, Nakanishi quit AJW to become a freelancer and went on to win the AtoZ World Championship later that same year and the NEO Single and NWA Women's Pacific Championships in 2004. Nakanishi retired from professional wrestling on January 7, 2005, at the age of just twenty-four. She now works as a trainer at the U.W.F. Snakepit gym.