grandad

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grandad

(ˈɡrænˌdæd) or

granddad

;

grandaddy

(ˈɡrænˌdædɪ) or

granddaddy

n, pl -dads or -daddies
informal words for grandfather
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.grandad - the father of your father or mothergrandad - the father of your father or mother
grandparent - a parent of your father or mother
Translations
dědeček
bedstefarfarfarmorfar
nagyapó
afi
vectētiņš
ded o
dedek

grandad

granddad [ˈgrændæd] Nabuelo m
yes, grand(d)adsí, abuelo

grandad

(ˈgrӕndӕd) noun
a grandfather.
References in periodicals archive ?
But not everyone has their dad in their lives so today let's send a high five to the step-dads, big brothers, uncles, granddads and significant males out there who have provided everything for that special someone - a shoulder to cry on or wrestle on or snuggle on.
As one gets married and has children they grow up and in time they have for us grandchildren so we become grandfathers or as some call us, granddads.
Lads, dads and even granddads are taking part in a men-only charity run in Huddersfield this weekend.
THIS weekend sees Grandparents' Day, when youngsters around the country take time to say thanks to their grans and granddads for everything they do.