Crossword clues for padre
- San Diego baseball player
- NL West athlete
- Father figure south of the border
- California pro
- California baseballer
- Tony Gwynn his entire career
- Spanish chaplain
- Mission leader
- Minister in the military
- Mexican minister
- Father, in Madrid
- Certain West Coast baseball player
- West Coast baseball player
- Troops' chaplain
- Tony Gwynn, throughout his career
- Tony Gwynn, his whole career
- Spanish father
- Spanish clergyman
- Southern California ballplayer
- South __ Island, TX
- SoCal baseball player or religious figure
- Service's service man
- Service man for servicemen
- San Diego slugger
- San Diego hitter
- San Diego cleric
- Ricardo Montalban's father
- Reverend south of the border
- Pro in San Diego
- Pro baseball player in San Diego
- Priest on a base
- Praying father
- Pisa priest
- Petco Park ballplayer
- Padua priest
- NL West pro
- N.L. West player
- Monterrey pop
- Military service leader
- Military confidant
- Military cleric
- Military adviser
- Member of a 1969 MLB expansion team
- Man of god — drape (anag)
- Leader of services in the services
- Italian father
- GI's chaplain
- Former title for Pope Francis
- Felipe's father
- Father, in Spain
- Father, in Chile
- Father of la casa
- Collar donner
- Chaplain's nickname
- Chaplain, to the troops
- Certain National Leaguer
- Certain MLB player
- Certain army officer
- Base adviser
- Ballplayer with an interlocking S/D logo
- Ballplayer with "SD" on his cap
- Army prayer?
- All-Star Game starter Jake Peavy, e.g
- 1998 World Series player
- "Sky pilot"
- "MASH" title
- San Diego pro
- Person with a mission
- Army chaplain, colloquially
- Serra's title
- Military chaplain, informally
- Man with a mission?
- San Diego player
- Sky pilot (military slang)
- Priest, to Pedro
- Pamplona parent
- Service holder in the service
- San Diego baseballer
- Mission priest
- Clergy member
- Father figure?
- Service holder in a service
- Qualcomm Stadium player
- Mexican father
- Texas' South ___ Island
- Chaplain, to a G.I.
- Man with a mission, maybe
- Man on a mission, maybe
- One wearing a collar
- Tony Gwynn, notably
- `Father' is a term of address for priests in some churches (especially Roman or Orthodox Catholic)
- `Padre' is frequently used in the military
- A chaplain in one of the military services
- G.I.'s devil-dodger
- Chaplain, to a G.I
- Pedro's father
- San Diego team member
- G.I.'s chaplain
- Dodger rival
- Missionary's title, maybe
- Priest, in Toledo
- G.I.'s "sky pilot"
- Spanish priest
- San Diego ballplayer
- Giant competitor
- Chaplain for 30 Across
- Cleric cut daughter going to centre
- Asleep, a dream possesses army chaplain
- Army chaplain has accommodation next to soldiers
- San Diego athlete
- Father's Day, touching for father
- Father seen before getting out of puff
- Priest, chaplain
- Pilot raised issue before event
- Juan's father
- Doctor has split pea soup with father
- Daughter coming in to shave father with force
- Man of the cloth
- Petco Park player
- National Leaguer based at Petco Park
- California ballplayer
- NL West player
- Mission man
- Mission head
- Southern California baseballer
- Miembro de la familia
- Mexican priest
- Father on a base
- Father of the casa
- Father in the army
- Army clergyman
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Padre \Pa"dre\ (p[aum]"dr[=a]), n.; pl. Sp. & Pg. Padres (p[aum]"dr[=a]s); It. Padri (p[aum]"dr[=e]). [Sp., Pg., & It., fr. L. pater father. See Father.]
A Christian priest or monk; used as a term of address for priests in some churches (especially Roman or Orthodox Catholic in Italy, Spain, Portugal, and Spanish America); -- also used in the American military.
In India (from the Portuguese), any Christian minister; also, a priest of the native region.
A chaplain in one of the military services.
Syn: military chaplain, Holy Joe, sky pilot.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"priest, chaplain," 1580s, from Italian, Spanish, or Portuguese padre, from Latin patrem (nominative pater) "father" (see father (n.)). The title of the regular clergy in those languages. Papar was the name the Norse gave to Irish monks whom they found in Iceland when they arrived.
n. 1 A military clergyman. 2 A Roman Catholic or Anglican priest.
The Partnership for Acid Drainage Remediation (PADRE) is a European-based scientific-technical association dedicated to acid mine water related topics.
Padre (short for "Perl Application Development and Refactoring Environment") is a multi-language software development platform comprising an IDE and a plug-in system to extend it. It is written primarily in Perl and is used to develop applications in this language.
Padre is written in Perl 5 but can be extended by any language running on top of the Parrot virtual machine, such as Perl 6, through its plug-in system and its integration with Parrot. The development officially started in June 2008 but Padre has reused components that have been available on CPAN, and the latest version of Padre is itself always available on CPAN. Most importantly, it uses the Perl bindings of wxWidgets for the windowing system, and PPI to correctly parse and highlight Perl and to allow refactoring. The primary advantages of Padre for Perl developers is that full and easy access to the source code of their editor is available, and a unique set of "Perl intuition" features that allow the IDE to understand details about project structure and content without needing to be told by the user.
Usage examples of "padre".
He went there in search of you in the course of following up on a tale you had told a certain Padre Bateleur on Samstead.
We engaged via space-minus in a most interesting exchange, part of which involved the counselor graciously allowing us to view the transcript of your conversation with Padre Bateleur, the same conversation that moved the counselor to go looking for you himself.
The substance of your dreams, Flinx, as related to Padre Bateleur only serve to strengthen our hypothesis.
El Rei, para que possa mandar um exercito que, se desfiler pelo deserto e pelas montonhas e mesmo sobrepujar os bravos Kukuanes e suas artes diabolicas, pelo que se deviam trazer muitos padres Far o Rei mais rico depois de Salomao Com meus proprios olhos ve os di amantes sem conto guardados nas camaras do thesouro de Salomao a traz da morte branca, mas pela traicao de Gagoal a feiticeira achadora, nada poderia levar, e apenas a minha vida.
Despues que sale de comer y para descansar an poco, y mientras descansa salen fuera los que assisten en la casa del Padre, y los que trabajan dentro en algunas obras y tamvien el Sachristan y el cosinero: todos estos salen fuera y quando no se toca la campana estan serradas las puertas, y solo un viejo es el que cuida de las puertas, y quando vuelvan a tocar la campana, vuelve este a abrirlas para que vuelvan a entrar los que trabajan dentro, y el Padre Coge el Brebiario no a ir a parte ninguna.
Padre Corbelan had got hold of that reckless Italian, the Capataz de Cargadores, the only man fit for such an errand, and had sent a message through him.
Padre Mendoza horse races, and a bullfight, in which Diego himself made several passes with the cape before the professional torero entered the ring.
That did not appear to mollify the padres, still fizzing and sputtering.
Silvio, nelle sue caccie verso le paludi pontine, soleva fermarsi, passando, in casa del buon Marcello, padre di Camilla, a poca distanza di Roma.
Don Miguel Briones, Comandante of the Presidio of Todos Santos, at present hidden in the fog, and the very reverend and pious Padre Esteban, of the Mission of Todos Santos, likewise invisible.
Pretty soon Padre Sinkovich, who had unearthed enough skeletons to start a mail-order Hal-loween business, was staggering around with bloodshot delirious eyes, furiously booting innumerable bones every which way as the magnificent tintinnabulation somewhere down there literally drove him bananas.
Padre Romero went to Asuncion and displayed his Bulls and his orders of the Council, and the Governor withdrew his claims.
The valley, not far from San Pedro de Atacama, was discovered by a priest by the name of padre Gustavo Le Paige.
Il cardinale lo aveva incaricato pure di fargli sapere che nel suo testamento lo avrebbe fatto padrone degli immensi suoi beni e rimesso anche in possesso di quelli del padre, fraudolentemente passati nelle ugne dei Paolotti avoltoi.
They bred mares almost daily for three weeks and sometimes twice daily and Antonio regarded the stallion with great reverence and great love and he called him caballo padre and like John Grady he would talk to the horse and often make promises to him and he never lied to the horse.