father

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English - Turkish
baba

Babam yatakta kitap okumamamı söyledi. - My father told me not to read a book in my bed.

Babam kanserden öldü. - My father died of cancer.

{i} peder

Peder Tom, eski şapelde dua ediyor. - Father Tom is praying in the old chapel.

{f} yapmak (çocuk)
{f} yaratmak
{i} ata

Ben küçükken babam beni havaya atardı. - When I was small, my father used to throw me up in the air.

Mustafa Kemal, birçok kişi tarafından Türk milletinin atası olarak bilinir. - Mustafa Kemal is known by many as the father of the Turkish nation.

{f} icat etmek
{i} kurucu
{i} papaz

Tom'un babası bir papazdı. - Tom's father was a pastor.

{i} yaratıcı
babalık etmek
atfetmek
babacan

Tom oğluna babacan bir tavsiye verdi. - Tom gave his son some fatherly advice.

babalık yapmak
{f} babası olmak

Sami, Leyla'nın bebeğinin babası olmak istiyordu. - Sami wanted to be a father to Layla's baby.

Tom Mary'nin babası olmak için yeterince yaşlı. - Tom is old enough to be Mary's father.

{f} baba ol

John iyi bir koca ve baba olur. - John will make a good husband and father.

Ne tür baba olacağını düşünüyorsun? - What sort of father do you think you'll be?

{i} Peder (papazlara verilen unvan)
{f} yüklemek
soy

Babam soyguncu ile mücadele etti. - My father struggled with the robber.

Sami saatlerce durmadan patates soyarak babasının restoranında çalıştı. - Sami worked at his father's restaurant, peeling potatoes for hours on end.

Holy Father Papa
Cenabı Hak
allah

Oğlum, Allah'a inanır mısın? Evet, baba. - My son, do you believe in God? Yes, my father.

Babam her zaman kendilerine yardım edenlere Allah yardım eder dedi. - My father always said that heaven helps those who help themselves.

tanrı

Tanrım, onları bağışla; zira onlar ne yaptıklarını bilmiyorlar. - Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do.

Günah işlediğim için beni affet Tanrım. - Forgive me Father for I have sinned.

father confessor günah çıkaran papaz
father of lies şeytan
büyükler
ihtiyarlar
fatherinlaw kayınpeder
icat eden kimse
{f} üzerine atmak
baba olmak
efendi baba
çocuk yapmak
babasıyla
babacığım
father in law
(Kanun) kayınbaba
father's mother
babaanne
father's son
babasının oğlu
father figure
tavsiye ve yardımına başvurulan kimse
father of lies
şeytan
father on
isnat etmek
father on
yüklemek
father's brother's son
amca oğlu
father's sister's son
hala oğlu
father-in-law
kayınpeder

Kayınpederim oturuyor. - My father-in-law is sitting.

Tom Mary'nin kayınpederidir. - Tom is Mary's father-in-law.

father confessor
günah çıkaran papaz
father hood
baba hood
father in law
kayınpeder
father inlaw
baba inlaw
father of his country
ülkesinin babası
father of the bride
gelinin babası
father of two
iki babası
father, son, and holy spirit
baba-oğul-kutsal ruh
father-to-be
baba adayı
Father Christmas
Noel baba
Father Christmas
İng. Noel Baba
father figure
baba imajı
father of angling
(Denizbilim) oltacılığın babası
father of ichthyology
(Denizbilim) ihtiyolojinin babası
father on
(deyim) yamamaya çalışmak
father on
(Fiili Deyim ) -e atfetmek , isnat etmek , yükletmek
father time
vakit
father time
zaman
the father of
babalık etmek
city father
kent yöneticisi
fatherhood
babalık
fatherless
yetim
fatherly
baba gibi
God the father almighty
Kadir-i mutlak baba olan tanrı
be transmitted from father to son
babadan oğula geçmek
biological father
biyolojik baba
church father
kilise babası
fatherless
babasız
fatherly
babacan

Tom oğluna babacan bir tavsiye verdi. - Tom gave his son some fatherly advice.

founding father
kurucu babası
he takes after his father
babasının sonra alır
heavenly father
göksel baba
like father
baba gibi
my father
babam
my late father
rahmetli babam
our father
babamız
spiritual father
manevi baba
the child is father to the man
Yedisinde neyse yetmişinde de o olur
the child is father to the man
Yedisinde neyse yetmişinde de odur
upon his father's wish
babasının isteği üzerine
Like father, like son
{k} Tıpkı babası!/Babasına çekmiş!
absent father
ortada görünmeyen baba
city councilor/father
belediye meclisi üyesi
fatherhood
{i} baba olma
fatherless
babasiz
fatherly
babaya ait
fatherly
pederane
foster father
süt baba
from father to son
babadan oğula
from father to son
ecdattan evlada
hand down from father to son
babadan oğula geçmek
holy father
papa
i am with my father
babam ile beraberim
it's your father on the line
telefondaki baban
name of the father
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) babanın adı (lacan)
please give my kind regards to your father
babanıza selamlar söyleyin
take after one's father
babasına çekmek
the Holy Father
Papa
the father of one child
bir çocuk babası
English - English
A title given to priests

Father Thomas was a good priest.

One's father

I will only do what Father asks.

God, the father of Creation
To be a father to; to sire

Well, go to; we'll have no bastards live; Especially since Charles must father it.

A person who plays the role of a father in some way

The child is father to the man.

To act as a father; to support and nurture

Ay, good youth! And rather father thee than master thee.

A male who sires (and often raises) a child

My father was a strong influence on me.

A term of address for an elderly man

Come, father; you can sit here.

The founder of a discipline or science

Albert Einstein is the father of modern physics.

To give rise to

Cowards father cowards and base things sire base.

{v} to adopt a child, assign, ascribe
{n} one who begets a child, a parent, an old man, a protector
Ones father
One who, or that which, gives origin; an originator; a producer, author, or contriver; the first to practice any art, profession, or occupation; a distinguished example or teacher
(Christianity) any of about 70 theologians in the period from the 2nd to the 7th century whose writing established and confirmed official church doctrine; in the Roman Catholic Church some were later declared saints and became Doctor of the Church; the best known Lation Church Fathers are Ambrose, Augustine, Gregory the Great, and Jerome; those who wrote in Greek include Athanasius, Basil, Gregory Nazianzen, and John Chrysostom
A term of address for a Christian priest
The Supreme Being and Creator; God; in theology, the first person in the Trinity
One of the chief ecclesiastical authorities of the first centuries after Christ; often spoken of collectively as the Fathers; as, the Latin, Greek, or apostolic Fathers
make children; "Abraham begot Isaac"; "Men often father children but don't recognize them"
To provide with a father
the founder of a family; "keep the faith of our forefathers"
George Benedict Williams Father
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a person who founds or establishes some institution; "George Washington is the father of his country"
One who performs the offices of a parent by maintenance, affetionate care, counsel, or protection
{i} male parent; male ancestor; one who cares for others in a paternal manner; one who has founded or established something; elder of a town; priest; title of respect given to an older man
A banker provided by nature
> baba
When a man fathers a child, he makes a woman pregnant and their child is born. She claims Mark fathered her child He fathered at least three children by the wives of other men
God when considered as the first person in the Trinity; "hear our prayers, Heavenly Father"
To make one's self the father of; to beget
The Father is the Creator and the Source of Will in the Universe There is only one Father and one Will
a male parent (also used as a term of address to your father); "his father was born in Atlanta"
God when considered as the first person in the Trinity; "hear our prayers, Heavenly Father" a male parent (also used as a term of address to your father); "his father was born in Atlanta" `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 a person who holds an important or distinguished position in some organization; "the tennis fathers ruled in her favor"; "the city fathers endorsed the proposal
a familiar or direct way of referring to some ordained clergy: the Reverend John F Marks, but--in personal conversation or in the salutation of a letter--Father Marks, Dear Father Marks Typically used of all Roman Catholic clergy and of some Episcopal clergy Be careful in using or not using this term: some clergy do not like it; others are offended if it is not used Usually the people who prefer the term assume that you know they prefer it There is no easy way to tell what the clergy preference is except by paying attention to letters, conversations, etc
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In some Christian churches, priests are addressed or referred to as Father. Father Cats Father Coughlin Damien Father Divine Father Joseph Father Mother's Day and Father's Day power of the father
padre
{f} sire, beget; affirm one's fatherhood; care for as a father; invent, found; be responsible for
To take as one's own child; to adopt; hence, to assume as one's own work; to acknowledge one's self author of or responsible for a statement, policy, etc
The first electroformed part made from a glass master and containing a reversed data image of the final disc
A familiar or direct way of referring to some ordained clergy "Low Church" Episcopalians usually never use the term The title is abbreviated as "Fr " (e g Fr Alvin Kimel)
`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 a person who holds an important or distinguished position in some organization; "the tennis fathers ruled in her favor"; "the city fathers endorsed the proposal
A respectful mode of address to an old man
the head of an organized crime family
One who has begotten a child, whether son or daughter; a generator; a male parent
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A male ancestor more remote than a parent; a progenitor; especially, a first ancestor; a founder of a race or family; in the plural, fathers, ancestors
a person who holds an important or distinguished position in some organization; "the tennis fathers ruled in her favor"; "the city fathers endorsed the proposal"
In Roman Catholicism, in Orthodoxy, and to some degree in Anglicanism, people often address priests as father In general usage, if John Smith is a priest, he is called Father John, but if he is an Anglican priest, he might be called Father Smith Protestants do not call their clergy father, based on Matthew 23: 9, but they do not use the same reasoning to ban the term teacher (Matthew 23: 10), so the prohibition is mainly a reaction against Roman Catholic practice Groups who do use this term argue that the context (Matthew 23: 1-12) only forbids Christian leaders to use titles such as father and teacher hypocritically or for self-promotion They use 1 Corinthians 4: 15 as an example of how the term father can rightly be applied to a Christian leader However, if you are writing a letter to Father John, the address on the envelope should say The Reverend John
A male parent
A dignitary of the church, a superior of a convent, a confessor (called also father confessor), or a priest; also, the eldest member of a profession, or of a legislative assembly, etc
The man who invented or started something is sometimes referred to as the father of that thing. Max Dupain, regarded as the father of modern photography
The first electroformed part made from a glass master [BACK]
Your father is your male parent. You can also call someone your father if he brings you up as if he was this man. His father was a painter He would be a good father to my children. Mr Stoneman, a father of five
A senator of ancient Rome
da
fader
ayr
dada
fatha
pater
far

Tom helps his dad out on the farm. - Tom helps his father out on the farm.

The apple does not fall far from the tree. - Like father, like son.

daddy
Far-
governor
Father Christmas
Santa Claus
Father Frost
In Slavic culture, a traditional Yuletide gift-bearing character
Father Time
A personification of time as an old man, usually carrying an hourglass

Marry, sir, by a rule as plain as the plain bald pate of Father Time himself.

Father of Lies
A name given to Herodotus because of his controversial works
Father of Lies
The Christian devil; Satan
Father's Day
A holiday in celebration of fatherhood, or to honor fathers, celebrated on the third Sunday of June in most of the world's countries. See Wikipedia: Father's Day: Dates
father figure
someone that represents, behaves as, or is thought of as a father to another person or group of people
father figures
plural form of father figure
father lasher
A shorthorn sculpin
father lashers
plural form of father lasher
father of chapel
A senior officer or shop steward within a trade union branch (chapel) especially in the UK printing industry
father-in-law
One's spouse's father
father-to-be
A male partner of a pregnant woman (mother-to-be), especially when for the first time
Father Brown
a priest in stories by the British writer G. K. Chesterton, who solves crimes by his knowledge of human nature
Father Christmas
Father Christmas is the name given to an imaginary old man with a long white beard and a red coat. Traditionally, young children in many countries are told that he brings their Christmas presents. = Santa Claus. Santa Claus. an imaginary man who wears red clothes, has a long white beard, and is said to bring presents to children at Christmas = Santa Claus
Father Christmas
Santa Claus, fictional character associated with Christmas
Father Damien
v. orig. Joseph de Veuster born Jan. 3, 1849, Tremelo, Belg. died April 15, 1889, Molokai, Hawaii Belgian priest. After training at the College of Braine-le-Comte, he joined the Society of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary in 1858. He went as a missionary to the Sandwich (Hawaiian) Islands in 1863 and was ordained there in 1864. In 1873 he volunteered to take charge of the leper colony on Molokai Island. There he served as both physician and priest, dramatically improving living conditions and building two orphanages. He contracted leprosy himself in 1884 but refused to leave his post, and he died at Molokai five years later
Father Divine
George Baker (1880-1965), African-American social activist, founder of the communal religious movement "Father Divine's Peace Mission
Father Divine
orig. George Baker born 1880?, Georgia?, U.S. died Sept. 10, 1965, Philadelphia, Pa. U.S. religious leader. Reportedly born on a plantation, he began preaching in 1899 in the South and later in Baltimore, Md., as "The Messenger." He settled in New York City in 1915 and adopted the name Major J. Devine (later altered to Father Divine). In 1919 he established his first communal settlement in Sayville on Long Island, and he founded the Peace Mission movement. His predominantly black following expanded rapidly in the 1930s and '40s, and his settlements, called "heavens," eventually numbered about 170. He taught his followers to renounce personal property, and the strict moral code he preached included celibacy and a ban on alcohol and tobacco. Many of his followers, called "angels," believed him to be God
Father Frost
Santa Claus, fictional character associated with Christmas
Father Joseph
orig. François-Joseph le Clerc du Tremblay born Nov. 4, 1577, Paris, France died Dec. 18, 1638, Rueil French mystic and religious reformer. He joined the Capuchins in 1599. His fervent ambition to convert European Protestants to Roman Catholicism coincided with cardinal de Richelieu's plans for French domination of Europe, and he became Richelieu's secretary in 1611. He became known as the "Gray Eminence" (for his gray Capuchin cloak), and his close collaboration with Richelieu (the "Red Eminence") gave him powers akin to those of a foreign minister, especially during Richelieu's campaign to finance France's participation in the Thirty Years' War, which Joseph's policies did much to bring about
Father of Comedy
Aristophanes (c.448-c.388 BC), Greek playwright and one of the greatest of the ancient writers of comedy, author of "The Clouds" and "Lysistrata
Father of History
{i} Herodotus, famous Greek historian (approx. 484 B.C-425 B.C) noted for his writings concerning the conflict between Greece and Persia
Father of the Church
Fathers of the Church one of the several important teachers of the early Christian church whose writings are used to answer any difficult points of faith or practice
Father's Day
Father's Day is the third Sunday in June, when children give cards and presents to their fathers to show that they love them. a day on which people give cards and presents to their father
Father's Day
holiday which honors fathers
father brown
Chesterton
father brown
a Catholic priest who was the hero of detective stories by G
father confessor
priest authorized to hear confessions; spiritual father
father figure
If you describe someone as a father figure, you mean that you feel able to turn to that person for advice and support in the same way that you might turn to your father. She believed her daughter needed a father-figure He became a father figure to the whole company. An older man, often one in a position of power or influence, who elicits the emotions usually reserved for a father. an older man who you trust and respect father figure to/for
father figure
a man who takes over all the functions of the real father
father figure
one who serves as an emotional substitute for a father, one looked up to or respected as a father
father like
like a father
father longlegs
See Daddy longlegs, 2
father of waters
Mississippi river, largest river of North America
father's day
US: third Sunday in June
father-figure
a man (often a powerful or influential man) who arouses emotions usually felt for your real father and with whom you identify psychologically
father-in-law
father of the bride
father-in-law
the father of your spouse
father-in-law
Someone's father-in-law is the father of their husband or wife. fathers-in-law the father of your husband or wife
Founding Father
A member of the convention that drafted the United States constitution
Heavenly Father
A formal name for the Jewish or Christian God

For if ye forgive men their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you.

Holy Father
The God in various Christian religions
Holy Father
The title of the Pope of the Catholic Church
Old Father Thames
A personification of the river Thames
Our Father
Alternative name of Lord's Prayer
Our Father
God, especially used in Christianity
Sky Father
A title for the highest gods of Heathenry, especially applied to Tiw
adoptive father
A man who has adopted a child, as opposed to a biological father
biological father
The man from whom one inherits half of one's DNA and from whom men inherit their Y chromosome
birth father
The genetic father of a child (as opposed to an adoptive or stepfather)
city father
A senior municipal official, especially elected officials such as a mayor, a controller, or a municipal legislator
co-father
the relationship of a godfather to the other god-parents, and the legal parents, of a child
co-father
in a male homosexual couple, the nonbiological father (partner of the biological father) of a child
co-father-in-law
the father of one's son- or daughter-in-law; that is, the father-in-law of one's son or daughter, or, the father of one spouse in relation to the parents of the other spouse

in plural The relationship between people whose children marry each other; the father of the bride vis-à-vis the father of the groom.

fatherly
Characteristic of fathers, paternal
fatherly
Characteristic of what is considered the ideal behaviour pertaining to fatherhood

fatherly advice.

foster father
An male adult who cares for a child who has been placed in foster care
he could be her father
One could be someone's parent, said of a man older than a woman
how's your father
Sexual intercourse

I popped round Mary's for a bit of how's your father.

like father, like son
A son will have traits similar to his father upon reaching adulthood
surrogate father
a man who take care of a child when one or more of the parents are unavailable (see also surrogate parent, foster parents)
surrogate father
a man who acts as a father figure to a child usually when a father is not in the picture
fatherhood
paternity
fatherly
paternal
like father like son
son takes after his father, apple doesn't fall far from the tree
fatherhood
{n} the character or state of a father
fatherless
{a} having no father, destitute, lonely
fatherly
{a} in the manner of a father
all-father
Allfather or All-Father may refer to any supreme male god with progenitive characteristics
our father
(Din) The prayer taught by Christ to his disciples, beginning with ‘Our Father’
our father
(Din) The Lord's Prayer, also known as the Our Father or Pater noster is probably the best-known prayer in Christianity. On Easter Sunday 2007 it was estimated that 2 billion Protestant, Catholic, and Eastern Orthodox Christians read, recited, or sang the short prayer in hundreds of languages in houses of worship of all shapes and sizes. Although many theological differences and various modes and manners of worship divide Christians, according to Fuller Seminary professor Clayton Schmit "there is a sense of solidarity in knowing that Christians around the globe are praying together…, and these words always unite us."
the child is father to the man
Who we are as children gives rise to (or “is father to”) who we are as adults
A father
beaupere
A father
baba
Abraham our Father
Abraham the "father" of the Jewish people
Heavenly Father
God, Almighty God
Holy Father
In the Catholic Church, the Holy Father is the Pope. Used as a title and form of address for the pope. used when speaking to or about the Pope
Merciful Father
God, Lord
Mother's Day and Father's Day
Holidays. In the U.S. a nationwide observance of Mother's Day was suggested by Anna Jarvis of Grafton, W.Va., and in 1908 formal observances were held in churches in Grafton and Philadelphia. By 1911 every state celebrated the occasion on the second Sunday in May. It was formalized by Congress in 1914. In Britain, Mother's Day is celebrated in mid-Lent as Mothering Sunday. During the Middle Ages a custom developed of allowing those who had moved away to visit their home parishes and their mothers on Laetare Sunday, the fourth Sunday of Lent. Many other countries also celebrate the holiday on this date, while some mark the observance at other times of the year. Father's Day was first celebrated in 1910 in Spokane, Wash., through efforts of Sonora Dodd and the YMCA. Celebrated on the third Sunday in June, it became a legal holiday in 1972. Both days were originally largely religious holidays but have been commercialized with the sending of greeting cards and the giving of gifts
Our Father
another name for the Lord's Prayer
Our Father
Lord's prayer, paternoster, most important Christian prayer which Jesus taught his followers (the prayer begins with the words "Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name"); God
Our Heavenly Father
used when addressing God in prayer
adoptive father
man who has adopted a child
alleged father
The man named as the possible biological father of a child born out of wedlock
alleged father
The person named by the custodial parent as the biological father of the child
alleged father
A man who is contesting an accusation of paternity or wishes to establish it when a question of paternity exists
be a father to
be someone's father (usually biological); act in the manner of a father, give advice, protect, nurture
be one's father's son
resemble one's father
became a father
had a child, started a family
biological father
true father of a child, man whose sperm created the child
birth father
a child's natural father, rather than a man who has become the child's legal father through adoption
church father
(Christianity) any of about 70 theologians in the period from the 2nd to the 7th century whose writing established and confirmed official church doctrine; in the Roman Catholic Church some were later declared saints and became Doctor of the Church; the best known Lation Church Fathers are Ambrose, Augustine, Gregory the Great, and Jerome; those who wrote in Greek include Athanasius, Basil, Gregory Nazianzen, and John Chrysostom
church father
Any of the authoritative early writers in the Christian church who formulated doctrines and codified religious observances
city father
{i} one of the founders of a city; member of the governing body of a city
city father
A municipal official, such as a council member
city father
an important municipal official
expectant father
man whose child will soon be born
fathered
past of father
fatherhood
the state of being a father
fatherhood
the kinship relation between an offspring and the father
fatherhood
the status of a religious leader
fatherhood
the status of a father
fatherhood
the status of a father the status of a religious leader the kinship relation between an offspring and the father
fatherhood
Fatherhood is the state of being a father. the joys of fatherhood. the state of being a father
fatherhood
The state of being a father; the character or authority of a father; paternity
fatherhood
{i} position or duties of a father
fatherhood
God when considered as the first person in the Trinity; "hear our prayers, Heavenly Father"
fathering
the skills and activities involved in being a father
fatherless
You describe children as fatherless when their father has died or does not live with them. widows and fatherless children They were left fatherless
fatherless
Without a living father
fatherless
Without a known author
fatherless
Destitute of a living father; as, a fatherless child
fatherless
having no living father
fatherless
not having a known or legally responsible father
fatherless
not having a known or legally responsible father having no living father
fatherless
{s} having no father, orphaned
fatherly
showing the affection of a father
fatherly
Fatherly feelings or actions are like those of a kind father. His voice filled with fatherly concern. kind and gentle in a way that is considered typical of a good father
fatherly
{s} paternal, as or like a father; kind and protective; protectively, kindly, lovingly
fatherly
showing the affection of a father like or befitting a father or fatherhood; kind and protective
fatherly
Of or pertaining to a father
fatherly
Like a father in affection and care; paternal; tender; protecting; careful
fatherly
like or befitting a father or fatherhood; kind and protective
fathers
An alternative term for "patristic writers " or in referrence to early church fathers
fathers
venerated leaders of ancient Christendom whose extant writings containing numerous scriptural citing provide a witness to the prevailing text of their day
fathers
An alternative term for "patristic writers "
fathers
third-person singular of father
fathers
plural of father
foster father
one who takes the place of a biological father in raising a child
foster-father
a man who is a foster parent
founding father
a member of the Constitutional Convention that drafted the United States Constitution in 1787
founding father
The founding father of an institution, organization, or idea is the person who sets it up or who first develops it. = founder
founding father
The Founding Fathers of the United States were the members of the American Constitutional Convention of 1787. someone who begins something such as a new way of thinking, or a new organization founding father of
from father to son
passed by the father to his son, from generation to generation
husband's father
father-in-law
my father
my male parent
single-parent father
father who raises children without the mother
spiritual father
spiritual leader, guru, object of admiration
the Father the Son and the Holy Ghost
holy trinity, three incarnations of God according to Christian belief
the Holy Father
priest
father
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