Debaran seorang bakal bapa

Makin hari makin kencang debaran menanti orang baru. Saya terpaksa menghantar Isteri pulang ke Johor awak dari yang sepatutnya kerana ujian pertengahan tahun yang baru selesai.
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fa·ther     (fä(image placeholder)th(image placeholder)r)n.
  • A man who begets or raises or nurtures a child.

  • A male parent of an animal.

  • A male ancestor.

  • A man who creates, originates, or founds something: Chaucer is considered the father of English poetry.

  • An early form; a prototype.

  • An elderly or venerable man. Used as a title of respect.

  • One of the leading men, as of a city: the town fathers.
v. fa·thered, fa·ther·ing, fa·thers v. tr.
  • To procreate (offspring) as the male parent.

  • To act or serve as a father to (a child).

  • To create, found, or originate.

  • To acknowledge responsibility for.


  • To attribute the paternity, creation, or origin of.

  • To assign falsely or unjustly; foist.
v. intr.
To act or serve as a father.

Source: The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition


moth·er  (m(image placeholder)th(image placeholder)(image placeholder)r)n.
  1. A woman who conceives, gives birth to, or raises and nurtures a child.

  2. A female parent of an animal.

  3. A female ancestor.

  4. A woman who creates, originates, or founds something: “the discovery of radium, which made Marie Curie mother to the Atomic Age” (Alden Whitman).

  5. A creative source; an origin: Philosophy is the mother of the sciences.

  6. Used as a title for a woman respected for her wisdom and age.

  7. Maternal love and tenderness: brought out the mother in her.

  8. The biggest or most significant example of its kind: the mother of all battles.

  9. Vulgar Slang. Something considered extraordinary, as in disagreeableness, size, or intensity.
adj.
  1. Relating to or being mother.

  2. Characteristic of a mother: mother love.

  3. Derived from or as if from one's mother; native: one's mother language.
tr.v. moth·ered, moth·er·ing, moth·ers
  1. To give birth to; create and produce.

  2. To watch over, nourish, and protect maternally.
    

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