Daddy is an affectionate, familiar term, form of direct address, or nickname for a father.

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Famous quotes containing the word daddy:

    I held my breath
    and daddy was there,
    his thumbs, his fat skull,
    his teeth, his hair growing
    like a field or a shawl.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)

    I am absolutely sure that a lot of Daddy anger has more to do with unrealized dreams than with messy rooms. Trust me. You’re not really angry at your kids. You’re angry at somebody else, somebody who is a far less distinguished person than he dreamed of being.
    Hugh O’Neill (20th century)

    He hangs in the hall by his black cravat,
    The ladies faint, and the children holler:
    Only my Daddy could look like that,
    And I love my Daddy like he loves his Dollar.
    William Jay Smith (b. 1918)