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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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The League of Assassins, which Thea's biological father Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman) was leading before he died, has found her.
But after meeting the woman who gave him up for adoption as a baby, he now wants to find out who his biological father is.
Mariusz Krezolek was in a work training session when he made the claim - also telling the colleague that he would like to send Daniel Pelka back to Poland to live with his biological father.
Confirming Dowling was his biological father, Sinead revealed: "Myself and Vincent were in the Abbey together and I had a huge amount of admiration for him, and a great deal of affection for him.
The DNA test has confirmed that Tiwari is the biological father of 32-year-old Shekhar.
Al Malnik, a mobster in Miami, Florida, and owner of The Forge claims he is the biological father of Prince Michael "Blanket" Jackson II, the third and youngest child of the late "King of Pop".
The couple were accompanied by Italian businessman Maurizio Remmert, who has reportedly claimed to be Bruni's biological father from an affair he had with her mother, concert pianist Marysa Borini.
You are the only one she has ever known but it is only natural she will wonder about her biological father.
He lost his legal bid to force the seven-year-old girl's mother to reveal he is her biological father.
Beautiful 17-year-old Alicia seems to have been abducted, and there are all too many suspects, from her ex-boyfriend to her stepfather, her biological father, the derelict Driftwood Doug, and an absentminded butterfly collector.
His biological father Nigel Lindsay, 45, said: "It's a nightmare.
[section] 742.12 which would authorize an unmarried biological father to petition the court to require the mother of the child and the legal father of the child to submit to paternity tests, and allows the court to award visitation to the alleged biological father based on a "best interest" test.