Noun(1) an informal use of the Latin word for father; sometimes used by British schoolboys or used facetiously
(1) We look at the previous offspring of the pater .(2) Unfortunately, however, by the time pater returns from his day at the type face, father and son are more often than not no longer co-ordinated in the pants department.(3) People do not claim to own more than one small-scale name, unless their pater is distinct from their genitor.(4) He would teach Charles, the eldest of the three, to master chess, a nonsensical game his prating pater really could not stand.(5) ‘How beautiful,’ said your mum to your pater . ‘If only you could be noble like that occasionally.’(6) a man's genitor was not necessarily the same individual as his pater(7) the pater gives her fifty pounds a year as a dress allowance(8) His narrator hotfoots it to Shanghai, where he was brought up, to solve the mystery of his missing mater and pater .(9) A limited number of individuals may claim ownership of the estates of both their pater and genitor.(10) the pater gives her fifty pounds a year as a dress allowance
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