Common misspellings for daughter:
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Definition of daughter:
- The word is used in Scripture not only for daughter, but for granddaughter or other female descendant. ( Genesis 24:48 ) It is used of the female inhabitants of a place or country, ( Genesis 6:2 ; Luke 23:28 ) and of cities in general, ( Isaiah 10:32 ; 23:12 ) but more specifically of dependent towns or hamlets, while to the principal city the correlative " mother" is applied. ( Numbers 21:25 ) " Daughters of music," i.e. singing birds, ( Ecclesiastes 12:4 ) refers to the power of making and enjoying music.
- This word, besides its natural and proper sense, is used to designate, A niece or any female descendant ( Genesis 20:12 ; 24:48 ; 28:6 ).
- This word, besides its natural and proper sense, is used to designate, Women as natives of a place, or as professing the religion of a place; as, " the daughters of Zion" ( Isaiah 3:16 ), " daughters of the Philistines" ( 2 Samuel 1:20 ).
- This word, besides its natural and proper sense, is used to designate, Small towns and villages lying around a city are its " daughters," as related to the metropolis or mother city. Tyre is in this sense called the daughter of Sidon ( Isaiah 23:12 ).
- This word, besides its natural and proper sense, is used to designate, The people of Jerusalem are spoken of as " the daughters of Zion" ( Isaiah 37:22 ).
- This word, besides its natural and proper sense, is used to designate, The daughters of a tree are its boughs ( Genesis 49:22 ).
- This word, besides its natural and proper sense, is used to designate, The " daughters of music" ( Eccl 12:4 ) are singing women. These dictionary topics are fromM.G. Easton M.A., D.D., Illustrated Bible Dictionary, Third Edition,published by Thomas Nelson, 1897. Public Domain, copy freely.[ N] indicates this entry was also found in Nave's Topical Bible[S] indicates this entry was also found in Smith's Bible DictionaryBibliography InformationEaston, Matthew George. " Entry for Daughter". " Easton's Bible Dictionary". .
- The female offspring of the human species; a female child of any age; -- applied also to the lower animals.
- A female descendant; a woman.
- A son's wife; a daughter- in- law.
- A term of address indicating parental interest.
- The female offspring of the human species; a female child of any age; - applied also to the lower animals.
- A female child: a female descendant.
- A female child.
- A female child; a daughter- in- law; a female descendant; a female in a childlike relation, as a penitent to her father confessor.
- A female child; female offspring; a term of affection for a female.
- Offspring of the first generation with no reference to sex, as daughter- cell, daughter- nucleus, etc..
- [ Anglo-Saxon] Offspring of first generation with no reference to sex, as daughter-cell, daughter-nucleus, etc.; daughter-chromosome: a chromatid during anaphase.