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Padre
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English

Pronunciation

Etymology

From Italian, Spanish, Portuguese padre ("priest"), from Latin pater ("father"), from Proto-Indo-European *ph?t?r. Doublet of ayr, faeder, father, pater, and père.

Noun

padre (plural padres)

  1. a military clergyman
  2. a Roman Catholic or Anglican priest

Anagrams


Asturian

Etymology

From Latin pater, patrem.

Noun

padre (plural padres)

  1. father

Synonyms


Chavacano

Noun

padre

  1. priest

Classical Nahuatl

Alternative forms

Etymology

From Spanish padre ("father, priest"), from Latin pater.

Noun

p?dre

  1. a Christian priest

References

  • Lockhart, James. (2001) Nahuatl as Written, Stanford University Press, page 229.

Galician

Etymology

From Old Portuguese padre, from Latin patrem, accusative singular of pater ("father"), from Proto-Indo-European *ph?t?r.

Noun

padre m (plural padres)

  1. father
    Synonym: pai
  2. priest (Catholic or Orthodox)

Italian

Etymology

From Old Italian patre, from Latin patrem, accusative form of pater, from Proto-Italic *pat?r, from Proto-Indo-European *ph?t?r.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /'pa.dre/, ['pä:d?r?e?]
  • (file)
  • Rhymes: -adre
  • Hyphenation: pà?dre

Noun

padre m (plural padri)

  1. father

Derived terms

Descendants

  • -> English: padre

See also

Further reading

  • padre in Dizionario Italiano Olivetti
  • padre in Collins Italian-English Dictionary

Anagrams


Ladino

Noun

padre m (Latin spelling, Hebrew spelling ‎)

  1. father

Coordinate terms


Old Portuguese

Etymology

From Latin patrem, accusative singular of pater ("father"), from Proto-Indo-European *ph?t?r.

Pronunciation

Noun

padre m (plural padres, feminine madre, feminine plural madres)

  1. father

Descendants

  • Galician: padre
  • Portuguese: padre (see there for further descendants)

Portuguese

Portuguese Wikipedia has an article on:
Wikipedia pt
padres

Etymology

From Old Portuguese padre ("father"), from Latin pater, patrem ("father"), from Proto-Italic *pat?r, from Proto-Indo-European *ph?t?r ("father").

Pronunciation

Noun

padre m (plural padres)

  1. (ecclesiastical) priest (Christian clergyman who performs masses)
  2. (archaic) father (male parent)
    Synonyms: pai, papai

Descendants

  • -> English: padre
  • -> Hindi: (p?dr?)
  • -> Japanese: (bateren)
  • -> Konkani: (p?dri)
  • -> Malay: paderi
  • -> Malayalam: (p?tiri)
  • -> Sinhalese: (p?diliy?)
  • -> Swahili: padre, padri, padiri
  • -> Thai: ? (bàat-l?uang)

See also


Spanish

Spanish Wikipedia has an article on:
Wikipedia es

Etymology

From Latin patrem, singular accusative of pater, patris, from Proto-Italic *pat?r, from Proto-Indo-European *ph?t?r.

Pronunciation

Noun

padre m (plural padres)

  1. (family) father
    Synonyms: papá, progenitor
  2. (religion) father
    Synonyms: cura, sacerdote

Hypernyms

Hyponyms

Coordinate terms

Derived terms

Descendants

See also

Adjective

padre (plural padres) (superlative padrísimo)

  1. (Mexico, slang) cool, acceptable, easy
    Synonyms: see Thesaurus:guay

Further reading

Anagrams


Swahili

Alternative forms

Etymology

From Portuguese padre.

Noun

padre (ma class, plural mapadre)

  1. Catholic priest
  2. (chess) bishop

See also


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