Definitions for daddæd
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
Origin of dad:
1490–1500; prob. orig. nursery word
dad, dada, daddy, pa, papa, pappa, pop(noun)
an informal term for a father; probably derived from baby talk
Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary
His dad is a police officer.; Can I take the car today, Dad?
A father, a male parent.
He hadn't seen his dad in years.
I will only do what Dad says.
Origin: From dadd, dadde, perhaps of origin, compare Welsh and Gaelic dad, tad; possibly related to Russian дядя.
father; -- a word sometimes used by children
"Dad" is episode 10 of season 3 in the television show Angel. After Darla sacrifices herself to save her baby, Angel takes the newborn back to the hotel where he tries to figure out how to be a good father. But Angel and the gang’s problems multiply when they are trapped at the hotel by several groups of enemies, including vampire cults, demon cults and satanic humans, bent on kidnapping his infant son. After brushing off Sahjhan, Holtz goes about Los Angeles recruiting new help for his quest to kill Angel by hiring humans whose families were also victims of vampires, starting with one bitter, working-class woman, named Justine Cooper, as his right hand person and recruiter.
Translations for dad
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
children's words for father
Where is your daddy?; What are you doing, Daddy?
- pa, pappaAfrikaans
- أب (بِلُغَةِ الأطْفال)Arabic
- papaiPortuguese (BR)
- tatínek, taťkaCzech
- der PapaGerman
- far; farmandDanish
- بابا؛ پدرFarsi
- पिता, बापHindi
- tata, taticaCroatian
- papa, ayahIndonesian
- babbo, papàItalian
- tėtis, tėvelisLithuanian
- tētis; tētuksLatvian
- بابا؛ پدرPersian
- ocko, tatkoSlovak
- 爸爸Chinese (Trad.)
- тато, татусьUkrainian
- باپ، اباUrdu
- cha, bốVietnamese
- 爸爸Chinese (Simp.)
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