granddad

[gran-dad]
noun Informal.

Origin:
1810–20; grand- + dad1

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grandad, granddad, grandaddy or granddaddy (ˈɡrænˌdæd, ˈɡrænˌdædɪ)
 
n , pl -dads, -daddies
informal words for grandfather
 
granddad, granddad, grandaddy or granddaddy
 
n
 
grandaddy, granddad, grandaddy or granddaddy
 
n
 
granddaddy, granddad, grandaddy or granddaddy
 
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Example sentences
Inside were her granddad's medals and dog tags along with a letter.
Before my granddad died he told me about heaven and why it existed.
Granddad kept him busy all summer, although at times it was almost busy work.
Pretty certain that my granddad was writing letters on that when he was half my
  age way back when.
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