grandpa

[gran-pah, -paw, grand-, gram-, gram-puh]
noun Informal.

Origin:
1885–90; grand- + pa

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grandpa or grandpapa (ˈɡrænˌpɑː, ˈɡrænd-, ˈɡræm-, ˈɡrænpəˌpɑː, ˈɡrænd-)
 
n
informal words for grandfather
 
grandpapa or grandpapa
 
n

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Example sentences
Even grandpa in the garage with his crystal radio set.
Instead of talking to mom or dad or grandma or grandpa for free you have to pay for it today.
Her grandpa tells a humorous tale of a garden full of fruits and vegetables that decided to run away.
Grandpa is an expert at trout fishing-he even makes his own flies.
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