Father

[n] - a person who holds an important or distinguished position in some organization 2. [n] - `Father` is a term of address for priests in some churches (especially Roman or Orthodox Catholic) 3. [n] - a male parent (also used as a term of address to your father) 4. [n] - God when considered as the first person in the Trinity
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Father

Father: (1) The male parent. (2) One who originates. For example, 'Wilhelm Roentgen is considered the father of radiology.' (3) To produce offspring as a male. (4) To provide paternal protection and guidance to children.
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Father

Fa'ther (fä'&thlig;ẽr) noun [ Middle English fader , Anglo-Saxon fæder ; akin to Old Saxon fadar , Dutch vader , Old High German fatar , German vater , Icelandic faðir Swedish & Danish fader , OIr. athir , Latin pater ...
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Father

Fa'ther transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Fathered ; present participle & verbal noun Fathering .] 1. To make one's self the father of; to beget. « Cowards father cowards, and base things sire base. ...
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Father

noun `Father` is a term of address for priests in some churches (especially the Roman Catholic Church or the Orthodox Catholic Church); `Padre` is frequently used in the military
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(from the article `blood group`) Although blood group studies cannot be used to prove paternity, they can provide unequivocal evidence that a male is not the father of a particular ... ...other`s garments.` Muslim men may have up to four wives at one time (though they seldom do), but the wives must all be treated equitably. ... ...
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Father

[Death Note episode] This image is a 19th century painting which belonged to the McClearn family of Liverpool Nova Scotia and now part of the W. Woods Collection.. The schooner lettered on the painting as Liverpool is likely the 1848 schooner Liverpool owned by the McClearn family although it is often used to represent the War of 1812 priva...
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Father

[The Avengers] `Father` is the codename given to a blind female British government official who appears as a supporting character in the 1998 film The Avengers, based on a very brief appearance in the British TV series of the same name. ==Role== She can be regarded as a foil for `Mother,` a wheelchair-using male British government official ...
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Father

A father (or dad) is a male parent who has raised a child, supplied the sperm through sexual intercourse or sperm donation which grew into a child, and/or donated a body cell which resulted in a clone. The adjective `paternal` refers to a father and comparatively to `maternal` for a mother. The verb `to father` means to procreate or to sire ...
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Father

(God) - God the Father is a title given to God, creator and preserver of life in various religions. In Judaism, God is also described as the one, eternal, absolute, indivisible and incomparable, transcendent, immanent, and non-corporeal God of history.
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Father

in Family - Male parent in a family
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Father

(cleric) — a traditional religious title given to ordained priests in the church.
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Father

(cleric) a traditional religious title given to ordained priests in the church.
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Father

(God) God the Father is a title given to God, creator and preserver of life in various religions.
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