What is another word for dada?

Pronunciation: [dˈɑːdə] (IPA)

Dada is a word that has several synonyms, each with their own unique connotations and meanings. Some synonyms for dada include father, daddy, papa, pa, and pop. However, terms like daddy and papa are often used affectionately and informally, while father and pa are more formal. Additionally, there are colloquial terms such as da, daddums, and dadio that are used in informal settings or between family members. Ultimately, the choice of synonym for dada will depend on the context and the speaker's relationship with the person referred to by the word.

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    • Proper noun, singular
      dad, daddah.
    • Noun, singular or mass
    • Interjection
    • Verb, past tense

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Usage examples for Dada

The boy kissed him in return, and told him the room had been full of water, and dada and mamma had gone out at the window, and they themselves had floated in the bed so high he had put his little sister on the top shelf, and got on it himself, and then they had both felt very sleepy.
"Put Yourself in His Place"
Charles Reade
Mother knew the way; and as we-she, I mean, and dada and myself.
"The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers"
Georg Ebers
No, she and dada were in the garden on to which the room opened, and mother explained at once that though Agne was a Christian she was a very good girl, and that so long as she remained in our service she was bound to sing with us whenever she was required.
"The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers"
Georg Ebers

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