From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdaughterdaugh‧ter /ˈdɔːtə $ ˈdɒːtər/ ●●● S1 W1 noun [countable] CHILDsomeone’s female childfilial She’s got two daughters and one son. our eldest daughterdaughter of the daughter of an English king
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daughterEnglish is a daughter language of German and Latin.But perhaps to avoid being carried away by nostalgia, he wisely left the bidding to his wife and daughter.My aunt has five daughters and three sons.They had four sons and four daughters.Now she was raising grandchildren while her daughters froze in Boston and Montreal.This was the same machine who had computed so many of the calculations involved in designing his daughter.It was a bright pink crooked pena novelty item that belonged to my daughter.How have I failed to retrieve my own daughter from the stranger she has become?When the daughters were ten, their talent was recognized by a well-known theatrical director.In traditional societies, parents were often reluctant to send their daughters to school.Our youngest daughter is getting married next month.
Origin daughter Old English dohtor