[fah-th er-land] /ˈfɑ ðərˌlænd/
one’s native country.
the of one’s ancestors.
a person’s native country
the country of a person’s ancestors
1620s, from father (n.) + land (n.). In modern use often a loan-translation of German Vaterland, itself a loan-translation of Latin patria (terra), literally “father’s land.” Late Old English/Middle English fæderland (c.1100) meant “parental land, inheritance.”
[fah-th er-in-law] /ˈfɑ ðər ɪnˌlɔ/ noun, plural fathers-in-law. 1. the of one’s husband or wife. noun (pl) fathers-in-law 1. the father of one’s wife or husband
[fah-th er] /ˈfɑ ðər/ noun 1. a male parent. 2. a father-in-law, stepfather, or adoptive father. 3. any male ancestor, especially the founder of a family or line; progenitor. 4. a man who exercises paternal care over other persons; paternal protector or provider: a father to the poor. 5. a person who has originated or […]
[fah-th er-hoo d] /ˈfɑ ðərˌhʊd/ noun 1. the state of being a father. 2. fathers collectively. 3. the qualities or spirit of a father. /ˈfɑːðəˌhʊd/ noun 1. the state or responsibility of being a father n. early 14c., faderhade; see father (n.) + -hood.
noun motherfucker (1970s+ Homosexuals)