Definitions

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  • noun childish father, dad

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Examples

  • In Duchamp's day the "art world" was tiny and the initiates were ready for a breakthrough-for new ideas and new media, for "dada" - and the big money wasn't there.

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  • The so called dada and dons have formally started their business and actively involved in organized crimes and anticrime activities too.

    Nepal: Disappearing Security in Occlusion

  • She loves to say dada, which is completely adorable - just not at 2am in the morning!

    The Red Deer

  • She loves to say dada, which is completely adorable - just not at 2am in the morning!

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • He created sleeves for Nick Lowe, the Damned, Ian Dury, Elvis Costello and more — many of which cleverly subverted art movements such as dada and constructivism.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • So it's a weird, nonsensical cartoon, the kind of dada-ist, surreal stuff that abounded in the mid-'90s before networks realized that advertisers didn't want to buy time on "kids" shows that weren't actually comprehensible to kids.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • So it's a weird, nonsensical cartoon, the kind of dada-ist, surreal stuff that abounded in the mid-'90s before networks realized that advertisers didn't want to buy time on "kids" shows that weren't actually comprehensible to kids.

    Your Casual Indifference Won't Save You Now

  • He says "dada" now as well as "mama" he is walking all the time now (still falls a lot though too) He climbs on everything (my desk, the kitchen table, the high chair) so I have to watch him like a hawk.

    mamarobbi Diary Entry

  • C. TREDWAY: And the last videoconference, she actually ran to the screen, saying, "dada," waving.

    CNN Transcript Jul 6, 2003

  • He is a lad of twenty-three with a young wife and a little three-year-old girl, who has learned to talk since "dada" saw her, and is her father right over -- full of fun, good-humor, and laughter.

    On the Edge of the War Zone From the Battle of the Marne to the Entrance of the Stars and Stripes

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    March 10, 2007

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    March 10, 2007

  • French is for art snobs. ;-)

    March 10, 2007

  • French baby talk: horsie

    December 20, 2007

  • this is not a comment on not a comment

    January 20, 2008

  • Like kafka, but for babies.

    October 6, 2008

  • Defence Against the Dark Arts (Harry Potter).

    October 16, 2008