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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My biological mother also would not tell me who my birthfather was.
On the other hand he was forced to endure his mother's addiction to crack cocaine and abandonment by his birthfather.
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.
Despite her dad's interest in her home region, culture and language, she spent the decades learning to blend rather than embrace her roots or launch a search for her 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.
Sir, - I am attempting to find my birthfather Paul Cashmore.
Recently, Carolyn Donahower was given some information that her Canadian birthfather might be living in the US, in Kansas.
The Weirs had just spent several hours with Douglas' birthmother and birthfather.
Dowd, Parentage at Birth: Birthfathers and Social Fatherhood, 14 Wm.
Jones takes us into their lives as they make their painful choice to relinquish their children and then follows their almost invariably traumatic relations with birthfathers, medical personnel, adoption agencies, relatives, friends, and, later, spouses.