No, it’s got nothing to do with mommy, you oedipal weirdos. 😉
Although Mome (pronounced mohm) is considered an archaic word by our copy of the Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary (11th Edition, p.800), we’ve come across a few contemporary instances of its use.
The term means blockhead or fool.
The origins of this word are unknown but it appears to have been around since the mid-16th century.
Example of use:
It’s fair to say that the majority of SI readers are momes with far too much time on their hands.