faither

faither

(ˈfeðər)
n
a Scot word for father
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Although faither Aidan's name is still on the licence, wee Joe is very much in charge at Owning Hill and he looked a chip off the auld block as JP's gelding romped to victory under Barry Geraghty.
His son, the Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg, said his faither had only discovered recently that he had inoperable oesophageal cancer.
I have a lot of faither in Kenyan capability, but they need to get over this important and difficult political transfer, and convince the world that they have good institutions and a good strong foundation.
Postwar wheelers and dealers in Whastington, such as Tommy (the Cork) Corcoran, emerged from the war triumphant in the faither that it was not only "the great adventure of my life" but the wave of the future as well.
She asked me to take him for two days as her and my faither were going to Newcastle for the night.
Keeping it in the family, faither Nigel can take the Grade 1 novices' chase with BRISTOL DE MAI (1.
If your faither had been livin' he widna hae allooed ye to leave the
The attitude of the, "I kent his faither," brigade has long held us back from real recognition.
Spending 1000 Guineas Day at Hamilton is a tradition as auld as yer faither.
JOB's old man Aidan O'Brien was at Limerick, where the proud faither said: "Straight away I got put in my place
With said implement in hand faither set about destroying the claw, his plate and the solid oak table beneath with one mighty blow.