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65 synonyms
1 antonym
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1. father (Noun)

36 synonyms
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. church father 12 letters 2 synonyms
2. father of the church 17 letters 2 synonyms
3. father-god 9 letters 2 synonyms
4. founding father 14 letters 3 synonyms
5. ancestor 8 letters 30 synonyms
6. architect 9 letters 13 synonyms
7. author 6 letters 63 synonyms
8. begetter 8 letters 15 synonyms
9. beginner 8 letters 47 synonyms
10. creator 7 letters 36 synonyms
11. dad 3 letters 12 synonyms
12. daddy 5 letters 12 synonyms
13. dam 3 letters 41 synonym
14. don 3 letters 29 synonyms
15. ecclesiastic 12 letters 18 synonyms
16. fatherhood 10 letters 3 synonyms
17. forbear 7 letters 41 synonym
18. forefather 10 letters 23 synonyms
19. founder 7 letters 59 synonyms
20. governoren.synonym.one 8 letters 28 synonyms
21. male parent 10 letters 2 synonyms
22. mother 6 letters 39 synonyms
23. old man 6 letters 28 synonyms
24. originator 10 letters 25 synonyms
25. pa 2 letters 26 synonyms
26. padre 5 letters 9 synonyms
27. papa 4 letters 12 synonyms
28. pappy 5 letters 32 synonyms
29. parent 6 letters 40 synonyms
30. parson 6 letters 18 synonyms
31. pastor 6 letters 14 synonyms
32. pop 3 letters 84 synonyms
33. preacher 8 letters 12 synonyms
34. priest 6 letters 18 synonyms
35. sire 4 letters 41 synonym
36. sponsor 7 letters 38 synonyms
1 antonym
# Word Number of letters Number of antonyms
1. mother 6 letters 1 antonym
8 definitions
father (Noun) —   A male parent (also used as a term of address to your father) 1 example
1. ex. "his father was born in Atlanta"
father (Noun) —   The founder of a family 1 example
1. ex. "keep the faith of our fathers"
father (Noun) —   A person who holds an important or distinguished position in some organization 2 examples
1. ex. "the tennis fathers ruled in her favour"
2. ex. "the city fathers endorsed the proposal"
father (Noun) —   A person who founds or establishes some institution 1 example
1. ex. "George Washington is the father of his country"
father (Noun) —   The head of an organized crime family
father (Noun) —   God when considered as the first person in the Trinity 1 example
1. ex. "hear our prayers, Heavenly Father"
father (Noun) —   (Christianity) any of about 70 theologians in the period from the 2nd to the 7th century whose writing established and confirmed official church doctrine; in the Roman Catholic Church some were later declared saints and became Doctor of the Church; the best known Latin Church Fathers are Ambrose, Augustine, Gregory the great, and Jerome; those who wrote in Greek include Athanasius, Basil, Gregory Nazianzen, and John Chrysostom
father (Noun) —   'Father' is a term of address for priests in some churches (especially the Roman Catholic Church or the Orthodox Catholic Church); 'Padre' is frequently used in the military
23 types of
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. ancestor 8 letters 30 synonyms
2. antecedent 10 letters 60 synonyms
3. ascendant 9 letters 20 synonyms
4. ascendent 9 letters 6 synonyms
5. chief 5 letters 92 synonyms
6. conceiver 9 letters 2 synonyms
7. form of address 13 letters 2 synonyms
8. head 4 letters 134 synonyms
9. hypostasis 10 letters 2 synonyms
10. hypostasis of christ 18 letters 1 synonym
11. leader 6 letters 68 synonyms
12. mastermind 10 letters 34 synonyms
13. originator 10 letters 25 synonyms
14. parent 6 letters 40 synonyms
15. priest 6 letters 18 synonyms
16. root 4 letters 147 synonyms
17. theologian 10 letters 13 synonyms
18. theologiser 11 letters 3 synonyms
19. theologist 10 letters 3 synonyms
20. theologizer 11 letters 3 synonyms
21. title 5 letters 63 synonyms
22. title of respect 14 letters 2 synonyms
23. top dog 6 letters 15 synonyms
49 types
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. ambrose 7 letters 2 synonyms
2. athanasius 10 letters 3 synonyms
3. athanasius the great 18 letters 3 synonyms
4. augustine 9 letters 3 synonyms
5. augustine of hippo 16 letters 3 synonyms
6. basil of caesarea 15 letters 4 synonyms
7. basil the great 13 letters 4 synonyms
8. eusebius hieronymus 18 letters 5 synonyms
9. eusebius sophronius hieronymus 28 letters 5 synonyms
10. gregory 7 letters 15 synonyms
11. gregory nazianzen 16 letters 3 synonyms
12. gregory of nazianzen 18 letters 3 synonyms
13. hieronymus 10 letters 5 synonyms
14. irenaeus 8 letters 2 synonyms
15. jerome 6 letters 5 synonyms
16. john chrysostom 14 letters 1 synonym
17. pater 5 letters 0 synonyms
18. saint ambrose 12 letters 2 synonyms
19. saint athanasius 15 letters 3 synonyms
20. saint augustine 14 letters 3 synonyms
21. saint irenaeus 13 letters 2 synonyms
22. saint jerome 11 letters 5 synonyms
23. st. ambrose 10 letters 2 synonyms
24. st. athanasius 13 letters 3 synonyms
25. st. augustine 12 letters 3 synonyms
26. st. basil 8 letters 4 synonyms
27. st. basil the great 16 letters 4 synonyms
28. st. gregory of nazianzen 21 letter 3 synonyms
29. st. irenaeus 11 letters 2 synonyms
30. st. jerome 9 letters 5 synonyms
31. st. john chrysostom 17 letters 1 synonym
32. basil 5 letters 5 synonyms
33. cofounder 9 letters 0 synonyms
34. coloniser 9 letters 1 synonym
35. colonizer 9 letters 1 synonym
36. da 2 letters 11 synonyms
37. dad 3 letters 12 synonyms
38. dada 4 letters 10 synonyms
39. daddy 5 letters 12 synonyms
40. father-in-law 11 letters 0 synonyms
41. foundress 9 letters 0 synonyms
42. old man 6 letters 28 synonyms
43. pa 2 letters 26 synonyms
44. papa 4 letters 12 synonyms
45. pappa 5 letters 9 synonyms
46. pappy 5 letters 32 synonyms
47. patriarch 9 letters 20 synonyms
48. pop 3 letters 84 synonyms
49. poppa 5 letters 9 synonyms

2. father (Verb)

29 synonyms
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. adopt 5 letters 72 synonyms
2. bear 4 letters 170 synonyms
3. beget 5 letters 23 synonyms
4. breed 5 letters 71 synonym
5. bring forth 10 letters 32 synonyms
6. conceive 8 letters 91 synonym
7. create 6 letters 79 synonyms
8. cultivate 9 letters 81 synonym
9. engender 8 letters 33 synonyms
10. feed 4 letters 72 synonyms
11. foster 6 letters 70 synonyms
12. generate 8 letters 37 synonyms
13. get 3 letters 175 synonyms
14. hatch 5 letters 70 synonyms
15. initiate 8 letters 60 synonyms
16. mother 6 letters 39 synonyms
17. multiply 8 letters 39 synonyms
18. nourish 7 letters 49 synonyms
19. nurse 5 letters 87 synonyms
20. nurtureen.synonym.one 7 letters 64 synonyms
21. originate 9 letters 80 synonyms
22. procreate 9 letters 21 synonym
23. propagate 9 letters 51 synonym
24. quicken 7 letters 56 synonyms
25. raise 5 letters 179 synonyms
26. reproduce 9 letters 55 synonyms
27. sire 4 letters 41 synonym
28. start 5 letters 135 synonyms
29. take in 6 letters 67 synonyms
3 definitions
father (Verb) —   Make children 1 example
1. ex. "Men often father children but don't recognize them"
father (Verb) —   Bring into being
father (Verb) —   Act as a father; support and nurture
2 types of
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. create 6 letters 79 synonyms
2. make 4 letters 207 synonyms
6 types
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. date back 8 letters 3 synonyms
2. date from 8 letters 2 synonyms
3. go back 6 letters 17 synonyms
4. initiate 8 letters 60 synonyms
5. lead up 6 letters 1 synonym
6. set 3 letters 325 synonyms
9 misspelling
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All synonyms in one line
church father, father of the church, father-god, founding father, ancestor, en.synonym.one, architect, author, begetter, beginner, creator, dad, daddy, dam, don, ecclesiastic, fatherhood, forbear, forefather, founder, governor, male parent, mother, old man, originator, pa, en.synonym.one, padre, papa, pappy, parent, parson, pastor, pop, preacher, priest, sire, sponsor, adopt, bear, beget, breed, bring forth, en.synonym.one, conceive, create, cultivate, engender, feed, foster, generate, get, hatch, initiate, mother, multiply, nourish, nurse, nurture, originate, procreate, propagate, quicken, raise, en.synonym.one, reproduce, sire, start, take in.
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