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  • temp
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    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.

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  • temp
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    Originally posted by mgreenhorn
    Ulster folk call their auld man 'daugh' pronounced like 'dog' withoot the 'g'
    Thank you very much for your response. : )

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

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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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    Nickname for Scottish father-in-law

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