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dad

 (dăd)
n. Informal
A father.

[Of baby-talk origin.]

dad

(dæd)
n
an informal word for father
[C16: childish word; compare Greek tata, Sanskrit tatas]

dad

(dæd)

n. Informal.
father.
[1490–1500; probably orig. nursery word]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.dad - an informal term for a fatherdad - an informal term for a father; probably derived from baby talk
begetter, father, male parent - a male parent (also used as a term of address to your father); "his father was born in Atlanta"

dad

daddy (Informal)

dad

noun
Informal. A male parent:
Informal: daddy, pa, papa, pappy, pop.
Slang: old man.
Translations
أبأَب
tátatatínektaťka
farfarmand
isä
otac
pabbi
パパ
아빠
tėtistėvelis
tētistētuks
ockotatko
očka
pappa
พ่อ
bố

dad

[dæd] Npapá m

dad

[ˈdæd] n
(= father) → papa m
my dad → mon père
his dad → son père
(used as name)papa m
Dad! → Papa!
I'll ask Dad → Je vais demander à papa.

dad

n (inf)Vater m; (affectionately also) → Vati m (inf), → Papa m (inf)

dad

[dæd] daddy [ˈdædɪ] n (fam) → papà m inv, babbo

dad

(dӕd) daddy (ˈdӕdi) (plural ˈdaddies) noun
children's words for father. Where is your daddy?; What are you doing, Daddy?

dad

أَب táta far Papa μπαμπάς papá isä papa otac papà パパ 아빠 pap pappa tato pai папа pappa พ่อ baba bố

dad

n. papá;
daddyH.A. papi, papacito, tata.

dad

n papá m, padre m