==Origin and recording== Guitarist Stone Gossard used a Guild wide-body acoustic guitar to write the music for "Daughter". Bassist Jeff Ament plays upright bass on the song. Guitarist Mike McCready said, "That`s one of the few solos I really had to sit down and work out." Drummer Dave Abbruzzese on his drumming on "Daughter": When we
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- a female human offspring
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Daughter: 1. A female offspring. 2. A female adopted child. 3. A product of radioactive decay. 4. A cell resulting from cell division.
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; plural Daughters
; obsolete plural Daughtren
. [ Middle English doughter
, Anglo-Saxon dohtor
; akin to Old Saxon dohtar
, Dutch dochter
, German tochter
, Icelandic d
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Origin: OE. Doughter, doghter, dohter, AS. Dohtor, dohter; akin to OS. Dohtar, D. Dochter, G. Tochter, Icel. Dtir, Sw. Dotter, Dan. Dotter, datter, Goth. Daohtar, OSlav. Dshti, Russ. Doche, Lith. Dukt, Gr, Zen. Dughdhar, Skr. Duhit; possibly originally, the milker, cf. Skr. Duh to milk, 245. ... 1. The female offspring of the human species; a femal
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a female human offspring; `her daughter cared for her in her old age`
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• (n.) A son`s wife; a daughter-in-law. • (n.) A term of address indicating parental interest. • (n.) A female descendant; a woman. • (n.) The female offspring of the human species; a female child of any age; -- applied also to the lower animals.
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Daughter can have several meanings: It may also refer to: ...
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A daughter is a female offspring; a girl, woman, or female animal in relation to her parents. The male equivalent is a son. Analogously the name is used on several areas to show relations between groups or elements. ==Etymology== The word daughter comes from the Old English dohtor, from Proto-Germanic *dochter, related to Dutch dochter and German
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Type: Term Pronunciation: daw′ter Definitions: 1. In nuclear medicine, an isotope that is the disintegration product of a radionuclide. See: daughter isotope, radionuclide generator
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An atom that results from the radioactive decay of a parent atom.
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