Crossword clues for dad
- "American ___!" (Fox animated sitcom)
- 'Old man'
- ''Dear old'' relative
- ''Dear old'' one
- Youngster's "play catch" partner
- Word with joke or bod
- Word often said exasperatedly after a terrible corny joke
- Word after NASCAR or deadbeat
- What Phil is to Haley, Alex, and Luke on "Modern Family"
- TV Major
- Today's honoree, found in this puzzle's eight longest answers
- Tim Taylor or Al Bundy, e.g
- Tie recipient, often
- Tie recipient
- Tie receiver, frequently
- Term for some new parents
- Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day participant
- Steven Tyler, to Liv Tyler
- Steven Tyler, to Liv
- Stereotypically hard-to-shop-for member of the family
- Stereotypical teller of a groan-worthy joke
- Stereotypical corny joke teller
- Son's shout
- Root beer patriarch
- Robbie Rogers or Greg Berlanti, to Caleb and Mia
- Ricky, to Matthew Nelson
- Ricky, to Gunnar Nelson
- Ricky Nelson, to Gunnar and Matthew
- Quincy Jones, to Rashida
- Puzzle honoree found in eight long answers
- Prince Harry, to Archie
- Piggyback ride provider, often
- Paying member
- Paternal Goldfinger song?
- Pat to Sigourney
- Palindromic familial address
- One who might explain the birds and the bees
- One honored in June
- One feted in June
- One changing a diaper
- Once-a-year celebrity
- National Bank owner, on gag T-shirts
- NASCAR fan, maybe
- Mufasa, to Simba
- Mommy's dearest?
- Mommy's dearest
- Mom's fellow
- Mom's counterpart
- Mom's companion
- Minivan driver, maybe
- Midyear honoree
- Me, to Tabitha
- Mate of Mom
- Martin Sheen, to Emilio Estevez
- Martin Sheen, to Charlie
- Many a youth soccer coach
- Many a peewee sports coach
- Little League coach, probably
- Little League coach, maybe
- Lear, to Regan
- Kanye, to North and Saint, for example
- Kanye, to Chicago
- June hero
- June gift recipient
- Jr., to III
- Jerry Orbach, to Tony
- Howard or Harold, to Clyde McBride
- Household figure
- Homer Simpson, e.g
- Homer in "The Simpsons," say
- His day is in June
- Henry, to Jane
- Head of the family
- He's got kids
- He gets a holiday in June
- Harry Potter, to Albus
- Guy with kids
- Grilling expert, often
- Grill operator, stereotypically
- Gomez, to Pugsley
- George, to George W
- Furious Styles, to Tre
- Frequent college funding source
- Formerly Disneyland After Dark
- Father's Day honoree
- Family V.I.P
- Family punster, often
- Family member who has a holiday in June
- Earl, to Tiger
- Dwyane, to Zaya Wade
- Donovan, to Ione Skye
- Donald, to Kiefer
- Deadbeat ___
- Darryl, in the comic "Baby Blues"
- Danson/Lemmon film
- Danish hard rockers
- Common source of college funding
- College loan co-signer, maybe
- Christmas stocking label, maybe
- Christmas gift recipient, often
- Certain PTA participant
- Catch player
- Catch participant, often
- Burned beginning
- Bruce, to Alison, in "Fun Home"
- Bruce Dern, to Laura
- Billy Ray, to Miley
- Bill, to Chelsea
- Bill payer
- Barack, to Barack
- Andy, to Opie
- Andy Taylor, to Opie
- Anakin, to Luke
- Allowance dispenser, often
- Add anagram
- 41, to 43
- 1989 Jack Lemmon tearjerker
- #1 ___ (mug inscription)
- "Sleeping My Day Away" band
- "Pop" alternative
- "No Fuel Left for the Pilgrims" band
- "Narrator" of Harry Chapin's "Cat's in the Cradle"
- "Major ___" (1989-1993 sitcom)
- "Major ____"
- "Had a ___" Jane's Addiction
- "Ghost ___" (1990 Bill Cosby film)
- "Getting Even With ___" (1994 Macaulay Culkin movie)
- "For Grad or __" (common spring store sign)
- "Dear old" relative
- "Dear old" parent
- "Dear old" member of the family
- "Dear old" father
- "American __!": animated sitcom
- "American ___!" (sitcom that moved from Fox to TBS)
- "American ___!" (Seth MacFarlane series)
- "American ___!" (Seth MacFarlane animated sitcom)
- "American ___!" (Seth MacFarlane animated series)
- "American ___!" (Fox animated series about the Smith family)
- "American ___!" (animated sitcom from Seth McFarlane)
- "American ___!" (animated series on Fox)
- "American ___!" (animated comedy)
- ''Dear old'' guy
- ''Dear old'' fellow
- ___ joke (total groaner)
- __ rock (Springsteen, Santana, etc.)
- __ bod
- June honoree
- Parental palindrome
- Pop or Pops
- Xmas gift recipient
- 1989 Jack Lemmon film
- "Dear old" one
- Father figure
- "Dear old" guy
- Lead-in for gum
- Many a Little League coach
- Mom's mate
- Family man
- Party to many a camping trip
- Scout leader, maybe
- Scoutmaster, often
- "Old man"
- Family member who stereotypically builds the IKEA furniture (at least in my family)
- Little League coach, often
- Many a turkey carver
- "Dear old" family member
- Family sitcom role
- Familiar sitcom figure
- Dear old ___
- The old man
- Stay-at-home ___
- Game with orcs and half-elves
- Third or sixth row
- Old man?
- Coach in Little League, often
- Mom's partner
- #1 ___ (gift T-shirt slogan)
- Brit's "guv"
- His big day is in June
- Ward, to the Beaver
- ___-blasted (darn)
- Annual June honoree
- Ward, to Beaver
- Many a Cub Scout den leader
- Parent who can pass on an X or Y chromosome
- "Major ___" of 1990s TV
- Many a delivery participant
- Nascar ___
- Jay on "Modern Family," e.g.
- Henry, to Dennis the Menace
- Many a scoutmaster
- X or Y supplier
- Junior's senior
- Treehouse builder, maybe
- "Dear old" person
- Having a baby makes one
- An informal term for a father
- Probably derived from baby talk
- Palindrome for pater
- Mom's spouse
- Arabic letter
- TV's "Major ___"
- Palindromic family name
- Book by William Wharton
- Family V.I.P.
- "Dear old" fellow
- Paternal palindrome
- June V.I.P.
- Mom's man
- Newman is one
- Ol' Blue Eyes, to Nancy
- Celebrant in June
- "Major ___," TV sitcom
- Annual honoree
- Card recipient in June
- First coach, often
- June celebrity
- Edward oddly missing out as member of family
- Father and daughter getting promotion
- Adult with two 14s around?
- Pop this way and that
- Family nickname
- "American ___"
- Subject of this puzzle
- Family guy
- Palindromic patriarch
- Male parent
- Source of college funding?
- Father, informally
- Mid-June honoree
- Senior, to junior
- Catch participant, perhaps
- Palindromic relative
- Palindromic family member
- Member of the family
- Household name
- '50s sitcom staple
- Mom and ___
- June V.I.P
- Nickname within the family
- Newly licensed teen's passenger, perhaps
- Mom's guy
- Many a Little League rooter
- June card recipient
- Father, familiarly
- Parent, back and forth
- Mom's husband
- Kirk, to Michael
- Homer, to Bart
- "Dear old" man
- "American ___!" (animated series on TBS)
- Third-Sunday-in-June honoree
- The older of two catch players
- Sitcom stock character
- Palindromic parent
- One of the folks
- Father's Day gift recipient
- Dear old guy
- Barack, to Malia and Sasha
- "American ___!" (animated show on Fox)
- ___ jokes (corny family humor)
- Zeus, to Apollo
- Vandals: "Sorry Mom and ___"
- Typical sitcom character
- Thanksgiving turkey carver, maybe
- Stay-at-home __
- Remote controller, perhaps
- PTA meeting attendee, perhaps
- Parent honored in June
- Nuclear family member
- NASCAR __
- Mum & ...
- Mom's other half
- Man of the house
- Man of the family
- Jon Voight, to Angelina Jolie
- Homer, to Lisa
- Henry Mitchell, to Dennis
- He may coach Little League
- Father, to his kids
- Common sitcom character
- College funding source, for some
- Catch partner, perhaps
- Barack, to Malia
- Another nuclear fam member
- "Dear old" family fellow
- "Dear old _____"
- "American ___!" (Seth MacFarlane cartoon)
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Dad \Dad\ (d[a^]d), n. [Prob. of Celtic origin; cf. Ir. daid, Gael. daidein, W. tad, OL. tata, Gr. ta`ta, te`tta, Skr. t[=a]t
] Father; -- a word sometimes used by children.
I was never so bethumped with words, Since I first called my brother's father dad.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
recorded from c.1500, but probably much older, from child's speech, nearly universal and probably prehistoric (compare Welsh tad, Irish daid, Czech, Latin, Greek tata, Lithuanian tete, Sanskrit tatah, all of the same meaning).
n. One's father.
Dad is a 1989 American comedy-drama film written and directed by Gary David Goldberg and starring Jack Lemmon, Ted Danson, Olympia Dukakis, Kevin Spacey and Ethan Hawke. It is based on William Wharton's novel of the same name. The original music score was composed by James Horner. The film was produced by Amblin Entertainment and distributed by Universal Pictures.
Dad is a synonym for father in English.
Dad, DAD, or Dads may also refer to:
, or , is one of the six letters the Arabic alphabet added to the twenty-two inherited from the Phoenician alphabet (the others being , , , , ). In name and shape, it is a variant of .
The Arabic letter ض is named ضاد ḍād. It is written is several ways depending in its position in the word:
Dad is a character from the live action/animation series Angry Kid, and one of the main antagonists of the series. He is the father of the titular character of the same name and Lil' Sis. Dad is also Mum's ex-husband who drove her away.
His face is never shown on screen. An unseen character, he enjoys his country and western music. However, Angry Kid enjoys making him angry in a number of ways. When Dad does lose his patience at Angry Kid, he hits him with his newspaper.
He is voiced by David Holt.
Dad is a BBC1 sitcom that ran for 13 episodes (each 30 minutes long) over two series and a Christmas special. Described by the BBC as a 'generation-gap comedy', it centered on the trials and tribulations of Alan Hook ( Kevin McNally) and his father Brian ( George Cole). Alan would often find himself getting increasingly frustrated with the endeavours of his father, whilst the world seemed to be forever against him.
Toby Ross-Bryant played Alan's son Vincent, and Julia Hills played Alan's wife Beryl. It was written by Andrew Marshall, who was best known for his popular sitcom 2point4 Children. The title of each episode was a pun on the word 'Dad'.
The theme tune for the first series was the 1965 hit 'Tijuana Taxi' performed by Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass. For the second series this was replaced with the song 'Go Daddy-O' by Californian swing revival band Big Bad Voodoo Daddy.
"Dad" is episode 10 of season 3 in the television show Angel. After Darla sacrifices herself to save her baby, Angel takes the newborn back to the hotel where he tries to figure out how to be a good father. But Angel and the gang’s problems multiply when they are trapped at the hotel by several groups of enemies, including vampire cults, demon cults and satanic humans, bent on kidnapping his infant son. After brushing off Sahjhan, Holtz goes about Los Angeles recruiting new help for his quest to kill Angel by hiring humans whose families were also victims of vampires, starting with one bitter, working-class woman, named Justine Cooper, as his right hand person and recruiter.
"Dad" is the title of a so-called "lost episode" of the British science fiction comedy television series, Red Dwarf. The planned first episode of the show's third series, "Dad" was never filmed or even fully scripted: writers Rob Grant and Doug Naylor abandoned it halfway through writing it. Instead, the basic events of the episode (which would have explained various changes to the show's setting, e.g. what happened with Lister's pregnancy, why former guest character Kryten had reappeared and become a regular member of the cast and what had happened to him, and why Holly's image had changed from a male to a female) were written into a pre-title Star Wars-eque scroll sequence of the episode " Backwards", which became the new Series III premiere. Jokes from the script were also worked into other episodes: for example, Lister's revealing that he was abandoned at birth and Rimmer's subsequent speculation that Lister was the product of brother-sister incest was written into the episode " The Last Day".
An extract of the unfinished script of "Dad" was included on the DVD release Red Dwarf: The Bodysnatcher Collection alongside several other such extracts. In the same style as the eponymous "lost episode" " Bodysnatcher", the extract of "Dad" was animated in a storyboard style as the script itself was read by lead actor Chris Barrie (who, being a skilled impressionist, supplied the voices of all the characters).
Dad is the second studio album by the Christian alternative rock band Breakfast with Amy, released in 1991. Produced by the band at Casbah Studios in Fullerton, CA, Dad was the group's second studio album and first studio release with new label Blonde Vinyl Records. Breakfast with Amy's new home with Michael Knott's record company, which was at the time at the forefront of the Christian alternative rock scene in Southern California, allowed the band access to a much larger audience than before with Narrowpath Records. This album saw the band use more punk sounds than in their previous release, although some neo-psychedelic/funk influences are still present.
Songs from the album were featured on all of Blonde Vinyl's compilation CDs except their first, Blonde Vinyl Teaser I. This album was also one of the few during Blonde Vinyl's short lifespan to produce a music video (for the song "Me".)
Dad is a village located in the Ludhiana West tehsil, of Ludhiana district, Punjab.
Dad is a 2005 British television film made by BBC Wales. It stars Richard Briers, Kevin Whately, Jean Heywood, Sinéad Cusack and Hannah Daniels. It is written by Lucy Gannon, produced by Hilary Bevan Jones and directed by Sarah Harding.
The film explores elder abuse issues. Larry James (played by Richard Briers), is an 80-year-old elderly man who lives happily with his wife Jeannie (played by Jean Heywood). One day, Larry has an accident by falling down the stairs and injuring his leg. Soon after he has been released from hospital, Jeannie begins to suffer from Alzheimer's disease and completely forgets who Larry is. Once she has been taken to care, Larry goes to live with his family; his son Oliver (played by Kevin Whately), his daughter-in-law Sandy (played by Sinéad Cusack) and his granddaughter Millie (played by Hannah Daniels). But whilst Larry and Oliver are spending time together, things start to take a turn for the worse in their father and son relationship.
Dad is a nickname which may refer to:
- Dad Clark (1873-1956), American Major League Baseball player
- Dad Clarke (1865-1911), American Major League Baseball pitcher
- Dad Clarkson (1866-1911), American Major League Baseball pitcher
- Dad Hale (1880–1946), American Major League Baseball pitcher
- Dad Lytle (1862-1950), American Major League Baseball player
- William H. "Dad" Martin, photographer and successful postcard manufacturer in the early 1900s
- Dad Meek (1867-1922), American Major League Baseball catcher
- Harry Vail (died 1928), American collegiate rowing coach
Usage examples of "dad".
Dad only visited, or you visited him in Anchorage, you never lived together.
When I was living with Dad on Westchester Lagoon in Anchorage they used to come sliding in on the lagoon before the ice melted.
Mr finesilver, I ham most confounded sorry to trouble you, but my dad arst me to give you this here letter and for you to give me the thing mentioned in it what he wants collected.
In his strange, soft-spoken way, the young atheling was proclaiming revolution, so perhaps there was a streak of his old dad in him after all.
Byle Bander, watching from a convenient doorway, slipped inside the house to report to his dad.
It took Mum a long time to get ready and while she powdered her face and arranged the elaborate ornamented folds of her head-gear and dug out her necklaces and bangles, her wrappers and white shoes, and plaited her hair hurriedly in the mirror, Dad was already asleep on his three-legged chair.
That way, if Dad made the decision to go ahead with an implant, they could culture the cells and prepare the biochip at any time.
We finished our fizzes, and Bish and I both wanted repeats, and Dad felt that he had to go along.
Reluctantly, she condones Dad taking a snort now and then, but as soon as she saw Bish Ware, her face started to stiffen.
I told Dad and Bish about my observations, beginning with the deafening silence about Glenn Murell at the library.
Laden were having their dinner, and Dad and Bish went up to the editorial office.
Dad said that Bish Ware had called in, with nothing to report but a vague suspicion that something nasty was cooking.
Dad and Bish Ware and a few others were waiting at the elevator for us.
Dad let me come along on his trips, and the greatest gift he ever gave me was making a proud moral point of ensuring I knew who among his clientele were the biggest bribers, sleazebags and connections in the business.
When Daniel Burdon, FBI special agent, arrived he asked her dad to please wait outside, they had some business to do here.