parent englannista suomeksi
äiti, isä, vanhempi
emä, emokasvi, emo
c. 1595, (w), ''The Tempest'', First Folio 1623, I.2:
- my trust / Like a good parent, did beget of him / A falsehood in it's contrarie, as great / As my trust was, which had indeede no limit, / A confidence sans bound.
- And they asked them, saying, Is this your son, who ye say was born blind? how then doth he now see? His parents answered them and said, We know that this is our son, and that he was born blind (..)
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 surrogate mother
A relative. (defdate)
1785, (w), ''Notes on the State of Virginia'':
- Misery is often the parent of the most affecting touches in poetry.
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:
- Une de ses parentes éloignées, madame la comtesse de Lô, laissait rarement échapper une occasion d'énumérer en sa présence ce qu'elle appelait «les espérances» de ses trois fils.
- : ''One of his distant relatives, the countess of Lô, rarely missed an opportunity to list, in his presence, what she called her "hopes" for her three sons.''