American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Informal A father.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A father; papa: diminutive of dad.
- n. father.
- n. informal male lover.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Diminutive of dad.
- n. an informal term for a father; probably derived from baby talk
“No Way, She thinks her daddy is a hero and did nothing wrong.”
“Like my Dad used to say, “Ignoramuses!” come now,,, you lie … as you need to be honest with yourself and come clean we all know you do not know who your daddy is and maybe the best part of you ran down his leg after paying your mom.”
“You can just picture a little boy bragging to his friends about how "my daddy is the strongest man in the world," or "my daddy fights fires," or "my daddy cures people's illnesses" right?”
“She just hates Jews cause her daddy is an antisemite.”
“Sam believes that his daddy is a star now in heaven.”
“KING: So you have what we know as a daddy-daughter relationship?”
“DomainsNext argues that Go Daddy is overstepping its bounds regarding the use of the term "daddy": "your effort to have a monopoly and exclusive right to the word daddy is illegal, and defies logic and business practices".”
“Now, what do they do when mommy and daddy is away ... does Grandma goes soft!! kola”
“Can we get somebody to get a video of the girls saying "huh? you never give us Christmas gifts because uh why was that again daddy?".”
“I don't care who yo daddy is or how much money you've got behind you.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘daddy’.
Swingin' and boppin' slang-a-lang.
Okay, I admit it. I made a list of words my daughter knew when she was two years old.
We'll skip people's names.
Chris' Valentine's Wordie
Looking for tweets for daddy.