birth father

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birth father

also birth·fa·ther (bûrth′fä′thər)
n.
One's biological father.
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birth father

n (= biological father)leiblicher Vater
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She is the one to initiate the sexual contact with the birthfather, Paulie, and to exercise rights of ownership over her body and a decision for adoption.
Charlie knows why he doesn't look like the rest of his family, but likes to hear his mother tell him the story of his birthmother and birthfather.
My biological mother also would not tell me who my birthfather was.
To finalize an adoption, women may be required to give notice to the birthfather and obtain his consent.
The Ropps had met Amy's birthfather briefly as part of the adoption process in 1972.
Chris Leonard, the birthson of the clothing designer Alexander Julian (who is a close friend of Simon's) describes happy reunions first with his birthmother, then with his famous birthfather.
Census Bureau, 2004), much of the previous work linking fathering to child outcomes has focused on "intact" families composed of a coresident birthfather and birthmother.
The two meet when Toby, a New York hustler, gets thrown in jail and calls his unsuspecting birthfather (now known as Bree) to get bailed out.
Sadly, my birthmother had died in 1991, but I found my birthfather and have immersed myself in the culture and history of who I am and where I came from.
Sir, - I am attempting to find my birthfather Paul Cashmore.
On the other hand he was forced to endure his mother's addiction to crack cocaine and abandonment by his birthfather.
Her birthfather (Ba) presses on her an envelope of dollars to cover the plane ticket.