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Grandfather vs. Papa

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Grandfathernoun

A father of someone’s parent.

Papanoun

Dad, daddy, father; a familiar or old-fashioned term of address to one’s father.

Grandfathernoun

(by extension) A male forefather.

Papanoun

(informal) A pet name for one's grandfather.

Grandfatherverb

To retain existing laws or rules only for people or organizations previously affected by them, and to apply new laws or rules to the unaffected people or organizations.

Papanoun

A parish priest in the Greek Orthodox Church.

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Grandfatherverb

To retain existing laws or rules for (a person or organization previously affected by them).

Papanoun

The letter P in the ICAO spelling alphabet.

Grandfathernoun

A father's or mother's father; an ancestor immediately after the father or mother in lineal ascent.

Papanoun

A child's word for father.

Grandfathernoun

the father of your father or mother

Papanoun

A parish priest in the Greek Church.

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Grandfathernoun

the father of one's father or mother.

Papanoun

an informal term for a father; probably derived from baby talk

Grandfathernoun

the person who founded or originated something

‘Freud is often called the grandfather of psychoanalysis’;

Papanoun

one's father

‘Papa had taught her to ride a bicycle’; ‘he saw his papa's face change at this news’;

Grandfatherverb

exempt (someone or something) from a new law or regulation

‘smokers who worked here before the ban have been grandfathered’;

Papanoun

a code word representing the letter P, used in radio communication.

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