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Definitions for grandpa
ˈgrænˌpɑ, -ˌpɔ, ˈgrænd-, ˈgræm-grand·pa

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. grandfather, gramps, granddad, grandad, granddaddy, grandpanoun

    the father of your father or mother

Wiktionary

  1. grandpanoun

    grandfather

Webster Dictionary

  1. Grandpanoun

    alt. of Grandpapa

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of grandpa in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of grandpa in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of grandpa in a Sentence

  1. Bertel Hess:

    „I often saw Peter. It visited his aunt Henny and its Grandpa, which had likewise fled from Osnabrück and in Amsterdam lived now. It was shyly, very shy a very nice boy, and. He came often to Henny, if she had to repair something, Tischlerarbeiten or in such a way, such a thing made he for her. It was very quiet. “

  2. Angel Reyes:

    I care a lot of about my grandpa, i want to do anything I can to help him. People have been really nice about wanting to help, too. I’ll keep doing this as long as I can, if it will help him.

  3. Simone Biles:

    Growing up, my biological mom was suffering from drug and alcohol abuse, and she was in and out of jail, i never had mom to run to. But I do remember always being hungry and afraid ... I remember them saying, 'Ok, you know how you called us grandma and grandpa? You can call us mom and dad now, if you want to. I was like, 'Yeah, I can do that.'.

  4. Ed Bledsoe:

    That woman was the best woman I ever seen and them two kids was absolutely angels, they done everything for Grandma and Grandpa -- everything.

  5. And Autumn:

    I was super close with my great grandpa and have memories of looking at his old photos with him. this is amazing to have back in the family !

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