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    I've heard that Scottish children sometimes call their fathers, Daugh. Is this true or what terms of endearment do they call their fathers?
    What terms of endearment do Scottish children call their fathers?

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    I think Da, Dad & Daddy are the most common, while some people use Pa or Faither. I've heard others, but not very often.

    You certainly are persistent with this question!

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      Ulster folk call their auld man 'daugh' pronounced like 'dog' withoot the 'g'
      naebotheratawbytheway

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      • #4
        Originally posted by mgreenhorn
        Ulster folk call their auld man 'daugh' pronounced like 'dog' withoot the 'g'
        Thank you very much for your response. : )
        What terms of endearment do Scottish children call their fathers?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Neil_Caple
          I think Da, Dad & Daddy are the most common, while some people use Pa or Faither. I've heard others, but not very often.

          You certainly are persistent with this question!
          Yes, I am persistent. I usually get what I want that way. Thank you for your response.
          What terms of endearment do Scottish children call their fathers?

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