grandpa

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grand·pa

 (grănd′pä′, grăn′-, grăm′pä′, grăm′pə)
n. Informal
A grandfather.

grandpa

(ˈɡrænˌpɑː; ˈɡrænd-; ˈɡræm-) or

grandpapa

n
informal words for grandfather

grand•fa•ther

(ˈgrænˌfɑ ðər, ˈgrænd-)

n.
1. the father of one's father or mother.
2. a male ancestor.
[1375–1425]
grand′fa`ther•ly, adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.grandpa - the father of your father or mothergrandpa - the father of your father or mother
grandparent - a parent of your father or mother
Translations
děda
bedstefar
vaaripappaukki
djed
おじいちゃん
할아버지
bunicuţ
dedek
morfar
ปู่ ตา
ông

grandpa

[ˈgrænpɑː] grandpapa [ˈgrænpəˌpɑː] Nabuelo m
yes, grandpasí, abuelo

grandpa

[ˈgræmpɑː ˈgrændpə] npapi m, pépé m
my grandpa → mon papi

grandpa

[ˈgrænˌpɑː] grandpapa [ˈgrænpəˌpɑː] n (fam) → nonno, nonnino

grandpa

جَدُّو děda bedstefar Großvater παππούς abuelo vaari papy djed nonno おじいちゃん 할아버지 opa bestefar dziadunio avozinho, vovô дедуля morfar ปู่ ตา dede ông 爷爷
References in classic literature ?
That cow not give so much milk like what your grandpa say.
It's a pity old Grandpa Hender- son got killed yestirday--he'd have known that we did our best and fought good.
I remember hearing grandpa say that a love for good books was one of the best safeguards a man could have," began Archie, staring thoughtfully at the fine library before him.
Daddy and grandpa are busy in there cornering wheat.
Hello, grandpa," the new-comer greeted, then paused to stare at the other's flaring, sky-open nostril.
com/igottabe1D/status/385420374630223872) @igottabe1D Liam missed his grandpas funeral today.
com/1DftCherLl0yd/status/385622039945826304) @1DftCherLl0yd #StayStrongLiam #RIPGrandpaPayne @Real_Liam_Payne I'm sure that your grandpa is so proud of you.
Ken Danczyk and Natasha Flatoff illustrator; GRANDPAS FARM; Lulu.
But they didn't and Matthew even came up with a list of questions he would ask prospective grandpas.
Two Grandpas/Two Grandmas: Two Grandpas, Two Grandmas/Make a circle with me in the middle/Each skin color is different/But, there is no difference/When I feel their arms around me/No difference when they hold me close/No difference when they whisper:/"I love you" in my ear/I love them all/And am so truly blessed/With being in the circle/Of two Grandpas and two Grandmas/It's like being encircled in a rainbow.
The family was glad when the day came to pick up Grandpa at the airport.
Back home, all Guthrie Countyhad assembled around its radios to hear Grandpa Hopewell at the Iowa Picnic in Long Beach.