parent englannista suomeksi
äiti, isä, vanhempi
emä, emokasvi, emo
(RQ:King James Version)
2005, Siobhan O'Neill, ''The Guardian'', 24 Aug 2005:
- The NHS is naturally pro-immunisation, reassuring parents that their babies can easily cope with these jabs.
A relative. (defdate)
1785, (w), ''Notes on the State of Virginia'':
- Misery is often the parent of the most affecting touches in poetry.
1789, ''The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature'' (volume 68, page 341)
- Indolence and unalimentary food are the parents of this disease; but to neither are Indians accustomed.
An organism from which a plant or animal is immediately biologically descended. (defdate)
Sponsor, supporter, owner, protector. (R:COED2)
A company. (defdate)
2006, Natalie Bandlow, ''Parent to Child the Guide: How to Create a Comprehensive And Meaningful Journal to Prepare Your Child for Life'', iUniverse ((ISBN)), page 1:
- However, even with money and caregivers, the child is left without a parent and most likely without a plan for their emotional, psychological, and spiritual well-being. A time will come when you will no longer be able to parent your child, period.
1862, (w), ''Les Misérables'', I.1.iv: