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pa·pa

 (pä′pə, pə-pä′) also pop·pa (pä′pə)
n. Informal
Father.

[French; see papa in Indo-European roots.]
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papa

(pəˈpɑː)
n
old-fashioned an informal word for father1
[C17: from French, a children's word for father; compare Late Latin pāpa, Greek pappa]

papa

(ˈpɑːpɑː)
n
(Roman Catholic Church) RC Church another name for the pope11
[C16: from Italian]

papa

(ˈpɑːpa)
n
(Minerals) rare NZ a soft blue-grey clay of marine siltstone or sandstone
[Māori]

Papa

(ˈpɑːpɑː)
n
(Telecommunications) communications a code word for the letter p
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fa•ther

(ˈfɑ ðər)

n.
1. the begetter of offspring; male parent.
2. (often cap.) one's own father.
3. a father-in-law, stepfather, adoptive father, or foster father.
4. any male ancestor; forefather; progenitor.
5. a man who gives paternal care to others; protector or provider.
6. a person who has originated or established something.
7. a precursor, prototype, or early form.
8. one of the leading men in a city, town, etc.
9. a priest or a title for a priest.
10. (cap.) God, esp. the first person of the Trinity.
11. a title of respect for an elderly man.
12. any of the chief early Christian writers.
v.t.
13. to beget.
14. to be the creator, founder, or author of; originate.
15. to act as a father toward.
16. to take the responsibility for.
17. to establish the paternity or source of.
v.i.
18. to perform the tasks or duties of a male parent; act paternally.
[before 900; Middle English fader, Old English fæder; c. Old Saxon fadar, Old High German fater, Old Norse fathir, Latin pater, GK patḗr, Skt pitar]
fa′ther•less, adj.
fa′ther•like`, adj.
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papa

Also known as a voodoo priest, “houngan” or papa-loa, in the vodoun religion this is a man who summons vodoun gods in order to divine the future or heal.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.papa - an informal term for a fatherpapa - 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"
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papa

noun
Informal. A male parent:
Informal: dad, daddy, pa, pappy, pop.
Slang: old man.
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Translations
أبي، بابا
tatínek
farpapa
Paul
Paavo
pabbi
tētis

papa

[pəˈpɑː] Npapá m
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papa

n (dated inf)Papa m
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papa

(pəˈpaː) , ((American) ˈpa:pə) noun
a father. You must ask your papa; Where are you, Papa?
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The study is a revision of his 2013 dissertation at the Theological University Dampen Papa Reformed Theological Seminary, Papa, Hungary. (Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
This is life in Papa, Hungary, a small town located close to the northern edge of the Bakony Hills and, for Robisky, what is now home.
On short notice in January, the Air Force requested the assistance of SDDC's Global Privately-owned Vehicle Team to assist with the establishment of POV operations at Papa, Hungary. The NATO Air Base, which supports airlift operations for 12 nations, was established in 2008.