Crossword clues for papa
- Bear in the big chair
- Baby Bear's dad
- ''___ Was a Rollin' Stone'' (1972 hit)
- Sobriquet for Hemingway
- Senior Smurf
- Rollin' stone, in a Motown classic
- Respected Smurf
- Patriarchal nickname
- P, in radio lingo
- One of the Berenstain Bears
- One bear
- Not mama
- Mate for mama
- Mama's love
- Mama loves him
- Literary nickname
- Letter between Oscar and Quebec
- Letter before Quebec in the phonetic alphabet
- Joe, to Ted
- Household moniker
- Hemingway's moniker
- He was a rolling stone in song
- Father's nickname
- Certain Bear?
- Big-chair bear
- Bear with the big chair
- Bear with a too-hard chair
- Bear with a hard chair and bed
- Bear whose porridge was deemed too hot
- Bear of a tale
- Bear of a story
- Bear in a tale
- Bear in a kid's tale
- "___ Was a Rollin' Stone" (Temptations hit)
- "___ Was a Rollin' Stone" (1972 hit)
- "___ Don't Preach" (Madonna song)
- "___ Don't Preach" (#1 hit for Madonna)
- "__ Was a Rollin' Stone": Temptations hit
- ___ Roach (hard rock band)
- ___ Roach ("Scars" band)
- ___ Doc Duvalier
- Young boxers
- Who is told "don't preach," in a Madonna hit
- What a junior might call a senior
- Title for conservative pizza magnate John Schnatter
- Three Bears male
- The O.M
- The family guy
- The eldest Smurf
- The bear with the hard bed
- Tevye, to Tzeitel
- Tevye, to Hodel
- Streisand song addressee
- Sobriquet for food-industry VIP John Schnatter
- Smurfette's old man
- Smurf with red pants
- Smurf with a red hat
- Smurf who's more than 500 years old
- Smurf who wore red clothes
- Porridge-eating bear
- Pizza's John?
- Pizza maker John Schnatter's nickname
- Person honored in this puzzle
- P, in the NATO phonetic alphabet
- P in the NATO alphabet
- Owner of the first bed that Goldilocks tested
- Oscar-Quebec go-between
- Oscar follower, in the NATO alphabet
- Oscar follower, in communications
- One-fourth of a '60s group
- One of three fairy-tale bears
- One of Goldilocks' victims
- One of a storied trio
- Nickname of Margaux and Mariel's grandfather
- Nickname of Ernest Hemingway
- Nickname for a father
- NATO phonetic alphabet letter after Oscar
- Nana's son
- Member of a '60s singing group
- Member of a '60s quartet
- Mate for a mama
- Man for mama
- Mama's other half?
- Mama's other half
- Mama's main man
- Mama's hubby
- Male family figure
- Madonna begged him not to preach
- Madonna "___ Don't Preach"
- Letter before Quebec in the NATO alphabet
- Latin for "pope"
- It comes between Oscar and Quebec in the phonetic alphabet
- Herr Hadyn, affectionately
- Hero of June 21
- Hemingway, for one
- Hemingway or Haydn
- He's my daddy
- He was a rollin' stone
- He was a "Rolling Stone"
- He was a "Rollin' Stone"?
- Haydn's handle
- Haydn soubriquet
- Handle for Haydn
- Haiti's ______ Doc Duvalier
- Guy in the NATO phonetic alphabet
- Fatherly nickname
- Fatherly figure
- Father's Day VIP
- Family member in the NATO phonetic alphabet
- Family member in NATO's phonetic alphabet
- Fairy tale character with a hard bed
- Fairy tale bear whose bed was too hard for Goldilocks
- Elder Smurf
- Denny Doherty or John Phillips, in a '60s singing group
- Comms code for 'P'
- Città del Vaticano leader
- Carl Weathersby "Come to ___"
- Biggest of three bears
- Biggest of the Berenstain Bears
- Biggest of the Bears
- Biggest bear in "Goldilocks and the Three Bears"
- Bear with the too-hard bed
- Bear with the biggest chair
- Bear with hot porridge
- Bear with a too-hard bed
- Bear with a bed that was too hard
- Bear whose chair was too hard
- Bear whose chair was too big, in a fairy tale
- Bear whose chair Goldilocks tries first
- Bear that children hear about
- Baseball's Cool ____ Bell
- Baseball legend Cool --- Bell
- Another nickname for Dad
- Aide to Santa
- Address of many pizzerias?
- A rolling stone
- A Bear
- 16th letter of the NATO phonetic alphabet
- "Goldilocks" bear with the hardest bed
- "A rollin' stone," per the Temptations
- "---Was A Rollin' Stone"
- "--- Was a Rolling Stone" (Temptations hit)
- "--- Was a Rollin' Stone" (Temptations hit)
- "__, Can You Hear Me?": song from "Yentl"
- "___ Was a Rollin' Stone" (#1 hit for the Temptations)
- "___ Don't Preach" (Madonna tune)
- "___ Doc" Duvalier
- ____ Don't Preach : Madonna
- ___ Smurf
- ___ John's (Domino's rival)
- __ John's Pizza
- "_____ Was a Rollin' Stone" (1972 hit)
- Hemingway moniker
- Haydn's sobriquet
- "Oh! My ___" (Eddie Fisher tune)
- Tot's cry
- A bear encountered by Goldilocks
- John Paul, e.g., to the Italians
- Mama's mate, often
- "Down at___Joe's" ('63 hit)
- June honoree
- ___Doc Duvalier
- Bear of literature
- Madonna's "___ Don't Preach"
- Father figure
- ___ Bear
- Perry Como's "___ Loves Mambo"
- One of the Three Bears
- Hemingway's handle
- Family man
- Bishop of Roma
- Family pillar
- Mate of 1-Across
- "___ Was a Rollin' Stone" (Temptations song)
- Daddy alternative
- Storybook bear
- Role model for a lad
- Mama's partner
- One wearing the pants in the family?
- One-fourth of a 60's group
- Sobriquet for singer John Phillips
- Hemingway nickname
- Hemingway sobriquet
- Haiti's ___ Doc
- "Come to ___"
- Term of affection for 37-Across
- Sobriquet for Haydn
- Nickname for Hemingway or Haydn
- P, in a phonetic alphabet
- ___ John's (Domino's competitor)
- "Come to ___!" (gambler's cry)
- With 10-Across, sobriquet for Bill O'Reilly used by 39-Across
- Nickname for Joseph Haydn
- The old man
- Elderly Smurf
- Letter after Oscar
- Hemingway's nickname
- Quebec preceder, to pilots
- Nickname for Haydn
- Old man
- Dear old dad
- "___ Don't Preach" (#1 Madonna hit)
- Smurf in red
- ___ John's (pizza chain)
- One of the Smurfs
- *___ John's
- Leader of the Smurfs
- Bear whose bed was too hard for Goldilocks
- Probably derived from baby talk
- An informal term for a father
- "Oh! My ___," 1953 song
- Haydn's nickname
- Dietrich's nickname for Hemingway
- Mama's roommate
- Haydn or Hemingway
- Pope, in Assisi
- Family member, familiarly
- "Oh, My ___"
- Pope, to a Roman
- Haydn sobriquet
- Mama's man
- "___ Loves Mambo," 1954 song
- Nickname for a June hero
- Hemingway or Bear
- The O.M.
- One of the Goldbergs
- "___, Won't You Dance with Me?": 1947 song
- One of the Waltons
- Bear or Doc
- The Pope, in Rome
- One of the Bears
- Eddie Fisher's "Oh! My ___"
- One of radio's Goldbergs
- Hemingway epithet
- He "loves mambo"
- Waitt role in "The Waltons"
- "Oh, My ___," Fisher hit
- Hemingway's sobriquet
- John Paul II, to Italians
- Relative in an Eddie Fisher hit song
- Actor Waite in "The Waltons"
- Name for 16 Across
- Mama's spouse
- Mama's husband
- One right to fiddle with fiddler?
- Old man, twice party leader
- Father; P
- Father; letter P
- Father, P
- Photographer briefly a neighbour to Oscar
- Term of affection for 37-
- Family nickname
- Theme of the puzzle
- Family guy's nickname
- Baby's father
- One of a bear trio
- Biggest of the Three Bears
- Bearded Smurf
- Largest of the Three Bears
- Smurf elder
- First bear to detect Goldilocks's intrusion
- Bear with a hard bed and chair
- A Smurf
- One of three bears
- Member of the family
- Haydn nickname
- Biggest bear, of three
- Mama's guy
- Literary sobriquet
- Fairy-tale bear
- Bear with too-hot porridge
- 542-year-old Smurf
- Storied bear with a hard chair
- Smurf leader
- Nickname in the family
- Bear name
- "___ Don't Preach" (Madonna hit)
- The bearded Smurf
- Smurf with a beard
- Smurf patriarch
- P.T.A. member
- Oldest Smurf
- Kid-lit bear
- Hemingway handle
- Famous Bear?
- Ernest Hemingway's nickname
- Bear with a big chair
- Bear whose porridge was too hot
- "___ Loves Mambo" (Perry Como hit)
- ___ John's Pizza
- Three Bears patriarch
- Smurf with a white beard
- Pizza magnate "___ John" Schnatter
- One-fourth of a '60s pop group
- Nickname for dad's partner, perhaps
- John Phillips, professionally
- Husband of mama
- Family member, endearingly
- Bear or Hemingway
- Bear in the Goldilocks story
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Papa \Pa*pa"\, n. [F. papa, L. papa; cf. Gr. ?, ?, a child's word meaning father. Cf. Pope.]
A child's word for father.
A parish priest in the Greek Church.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"father," 1680s, from French papa, from Latin papa, originally a child's word, similar to Greek pappa (vocative) "o father," pappas "father," pappos "grandfather." The native word is daddy; first use of papa was in courtly speech, as a continental affectation, not used by common folk until late 18c.
n. 1 (context often childish English) dad, daddy, father; a familiar or old-fashioned term of address to one’s father. 2 (context informal English) (non-gloss definition: A pet name for one's grandfather.) 3 A parish priest in the Greek Orthodox Church. 4 The letter ''P'' in the ICAO spelling alphabet.
In Cook Islands mythology of the southern Cook Islands group, the earth goddess Papa was created when Varima-te-takere, the primordial mother goddess, plucked her out from the left side of her body. Papa married her brother, the sky god Vatea. They had twin sons, the sea god Tangaroa and the vegetation god Rongo.
Papa was an 18-episode Korean drama that aired on KBS2 in 1996.
Pápa is a historical town in Veszprém county, Hungary, located close to the northern edge of the Bakony Hills, and noted for its baroque architecture. With its 32,473 inhabitants (2011), it is the cultural, economic and tourism centre of the region.
Pápa is one of the centres of the Reformed faith in Transdanubia, as the existence of numerous ecclesiastical heritage sites and museums suggest. Due to the multitude of heritage buildings the centre of the town is now protected.
Pápa has a large historical centre, with renovated old burgher's houses, cafes, and museums, including the Blue-Dyeing Museum ( Kékfestő Múzeum), set up in a former factory which produced clothes and other textiles dyed with indigo blue under a unique method.
The town is also noted for its thermal baths, particularly a newly constructed swimming complex, the Esterházy family's palace, its grand Roman Catholic church, and Calvinist secondary school; the town is an important religious centre. It also boasts a large park near the centre of town.
The town has been the main center of trade in the wines of the Somló wine region. Pápa was an administrative regional capital from 1945 to 1983.
"Papa" is a song written by Stephen Poliakoff and Adrian Johnston 1 for the BBC drama Gideon's Daughter. The song is originally sung by Emily Blunt's character Natasha (and is occasionally referred to as Natasha's song) to her father (played by Bill Nighy) during a performance at her school. The performance features vocals with flamenco style acoustic/classical guitar accompaniment by renowned classical guitarist Georgina Whitehead. The song, which forms a pivotal part of the story in Gideon's Daughter, was inspired by the tragic life and writings of Marie-Georges Simenon (Marie-Jo), daughter of the novelist Georges Simenon, who committed suicide by shooting herself at the age of 25.
Mar Papa (died c. 327/328), also known as Papa bar Aggai, was Bishop of Seleucia-Ctesiphon, the capital of Sassanid Persia, in the late 3rd and early 4th century. An important figure in the early history of the Church of the East, he was first in the generally recognized line of Bishops of Seleucia-Ctesiphon, who would later become the acknowledged heads of the church. He was the first bishop to be given the title of Catholicos, or universal leader, and set about restructuring the previously disorganized Persian church. Some historians describe him as the founding figure of the Church of the East, though according to Syriac tradition, he was simply continuing a line of leaders, such as Mar Mari, that stretched back to Thomas the Apostle.
Papa is a surname which may refer to:
- Alfonso Papa (born 1970), Italian politician, former judge and professor
- Bob Papa (born 1964), American sportscaster
- Emiliano Papa (born 1982), Argentina footballer
- Gary Papa (1954 – 2009), American sportscaster and brother of Greg
- Greg Papa (born 1962), American sportscaster and brother of Gary
- Rav Papa (c. 300-375), a Babylonian Amora from the Talmud
- Salvatore Papa (born 1990), Italian footballer
Papa is a 2012 South Korean comedy-drama film written and directed by Han Ji-seung. Park Yong-woo stars as a talent manager who persuades his step-daughter from a contract marriage, played by Go Ara, to audition for a reality TV show in the United States.
Go Ara was nominated for Best New Actress at the 48th Baeksang Arts Awards, the 21st Buil Film Awards, and the 33rd Blue Dragon Film Awards in 2012.
Papa is a 2016 Chinese family comedy-drama, a dramedy film directed by Xiao Zheng starring lead actor Xia Yu. The film was entirely shot in Los Angeles and Las Vegas and was released theatrically in China and in United States on the same day.
Papa is a nickname which may refer to:
- Papa Bouba Diop (born 1978), Senegalese footballer
- Louis Faury (1874-1947), French general nicknamed "Papa Faury"
- Michele Greco (1924-2008), Sicilian Mafia member nicknamed "il Papa" ("the Pope")
- Joseph Haydn (1732-1809), Austrian composer nicknamed " Papa Haydn"
- Paul Hausser (1880-1972), German World War II Waffen SS officer
- Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961), American author and journalist
- Walter Hörnlein (1893-1961), German World War II general
- Papa Bue Jensen (1930-2011), Danish jazz trombonist and bandleader
- Joseph Joffre (1852-1931), French World War I general nicknamed "Papa Joffre"
- Sokratis Papastathopoulos (born 1988), Greek footballer
- Friedrich Graf von Wrangel (1784-1877), Prussian Army Generalfeldmarschall nicknamed "Papa Wrangel"
Pápa (also Papa) was the name of a gens (Latin for "clan"; nemzetség in Hungarian) in the Kingdom of Hungary in the Árpádian era.
Usage examples of "papa".
They know Papa was wroth with them for playing this game, how afeard he was that two of them might appear at once in the same place together, and bom be slain!
Nor to yours, I daresay, since I remember you telling Papa you could stay by my bedside night and day because you had the same ailment as a child yourself.
With any luck at all, you will never focus your glims upon Miss Ames, no matter how illustrious her fortune, or by virtue of whatever scheme your papa and her papa concocted so many years ago.
Very slowly, in between deep breaths, she had explained to Amy that mobs had taken over Paris, that the king and queen were prisoners, and that Papa and Edouard were very much in danger.
From the papers, Amy learned that the Pimpernel had spirited Papa out of prison disguised as a cask of cheap red wine.
Greek would do her no good in her mission, but Amy read them anyway, in memory of Papa.
Not from the night, not from Mama or Papa, not from Deda and Babushka, far away, not from Babushka Maya, too old to care, not from Marina, who knew too much without knowing anything, not from Dimitri, who was mired in his own hell, and certainly not from Alexander, the impossible, maddening, unforgivable Alexander.
We sat down in a charming grotto, and began styling each other papa and daughter, and allowing ourselves liberties which threatened to lead to danger.
Sara begged us not to say a word about it to her papa or mamma, as they would be sure to scold her as they had scolded her when she got her ears pierced without asking their leave.
Nevertheless, I had to assume an indifferent air, and I got myself out of the difficulty by equivocal answers, till the good-humoured papa came to summon me to dinner.
Papa was a caudillo, a provincial landowner with a hundred thousand acres of pampas and a work force of cowboys that doubled as his private army.
He was about to burst, Cesse was, telling me yet again how proud he is of his son, his brilliant, stubborn, wonderful son who would put himself into danger, make a hero of himself just to spite his papa.
Carrying my gun, with a good warm cloak over my uniform and with a large bag containing all my purchases, I take leave of the worthy Greek, and am landed on the shore, determined on obtaining a lodging from the cheating papa, by fair means or foul.
She begged Cicely to hasten to the ballroom as the guests were already arriving in droves and that she could not see to it all by herself, Maria had vanished and that tiresome gentleman, your dear Papa, was not yet out of the dining-room.
From one issue the notes of a piano, which a young lady in ringlets practises six hours daily, to the delight of the fellow-lodgers: at another, lovely Polly, the nurse-maid, may be seen dandling Master Omnium in her arms: whilst Jacob, his papa, is beheld eating prawns, and devouring the Times for breakfast, at the window below.