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dad·dy

 (dăd′ē)
n. pl. dad·dies Informal
A father.

dad′dy·ish adj.

daddy

(ˈdædɪ)
n, pl -dies
1. an informal word for father
2. the daddy slang chiefly US and Canadian and Austral the supreme or finest example: the daddy of them all.
3. slang the dominant male in a group; boss; top man

dad•dy

(ˈdæd i)

n., pl. -dies. Informal.
father; dad.
[1490–1500]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.daddy - an informal term for a fatherdaddy - 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"

daddy

noun see dad

daddy

noun
Informal. A male parent:
Informal: dad, pa, papa, pappy, pop.
Slang: old man.
Translations
tatínek
far
isi
tata
パパ
아빠
tatko
očka
pappa
พ่อ
bố

daddy

[ˈdædi] npapa m
Say hello to your daddy! → Dis bonjour à ton papa!
Hello Daddy! → Bonjour Papa!daddy longlegs [ˌdædiˈlɒŋlɛgz] [daddy longlegs] [ˌdædiˈlɒŋlɛgz] (pl) n
(British) (= cranefly) → cousin m, tipule f (formal)
(US, Canadian) (= harvestman) → faucheux m

daddy

n (inf)Papa m (inf), → Vati m (inf); the daddy of them all (inf)der Größte; daddy’s boy/girl (pej)Papis Liebling m (inf)

daddy

بابا tatínek far Vati μπαμπάκας papaíto, papi isi papa tata papà パパ 아빠 pappa pappa tatuś papá, papai папочка pappa พ่อ babacığım bố 爸爸

daddy

n (pl -dies) papi m, papito, padre m
References in classic literature ?
We're soaked in general culture, and if our daddies went broke to-day, we'd be falling down to- morrow on teachers' examinations.
We believe that babies should be nursed by both daddy and mommy, and daddies play an important role in each baby's growth.
But either mommies or daddies can stay home and take care of them after they're born," said Mommy.