Complete Definition of "daddy"

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English

Etymology
From dad, from Welsh, + diminutive suffix -y

Pronunciation
dÄd'i, /Ëdædi/, /<tt>"d{di</tt>/
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Noun
en-noun|daddies

  1. father (used especially by young children).

Synonyms
da (Irish)
dad
pa
papa
paw
pop
poppa

Derived terms
daddy-long-legs
the daddy of them all
who's the daddy

Translations

Dutch: papa m, pappa m, pappie m, vake m (Flemish)
Finnish: isi#Finnish|isi, iskä, faija (slang), fatsi (slang)
French: papa
German: Papa, Papi, Vati
Hebrew: ×××'×× (aba'le)
Icelandic: pabbi
Italian: papà, babbo
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Kurdish: KUchar|بابÙâ, KUchar|باÙÚ©Ùâ
Latin: tata m
Polish: tata m, tatuÅ m, tato m (vocative)
Russian: папа (pápa) m
Scottish Gaelic: boban m, dadaidh m
Swedish: pappa
Turkish: baba
Yoruba: baba

See also
mom (US and Canada)
mommy (US and Canada)
mum
mummy

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