daughter

noun
ADJECTIVE
baby, infant, newborn
little, small, young
adolescent, teenage
adult (esp. AmE), grown-up (esp. BrE)
6-month-old, 2-year-old, etc.
only
twin
eldest, first-born, middle, oldest, youngest
elder, younger
adopted
illegitimate, legitimate
dutiful, good
beloved
long-lost
married, unmarried
VERB + DAUGHTER
have

They have three young daughters.

bear (formal), give birth to

His wife recently gave birth to a daughter.

bring up, raise (esp. AmE)

Living alone and trying to bring up a small daughter is no easy task.

DAUGHTER + VERB
grow up

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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  • Daughter — Daugh ter, n.; pl. {Daughters}; obs. pl. {Daughtren}. [OE. doughter, doghter, dohter, AS. dohtor, dohter; akin to OS. dohtar, D. dochter, G. tochter, Icel. d[=o]ttir, Sw. dotter, Dan. dotter, datter, Goth. da[ u]htar,, OSlav. d[u^]shti, Russ.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • daughter — [dôt′ər] n. [ME doughter < OE dohtor, akin to Goth dauhtar, Ger tochter < IE base * dhugheter > Sans duhitár, Gr thugatēr] 1. a girl or woman as she is related to either or both parents: sometimes also used of animals 2. a female… …   English World dictionary

  • daughter — O.E. dohtor, from P.Gmc. *dochter, earlier *dhukter (Cf. O.S. dohtar, O.N. dottir, O.Fris., Du. dochter, Ger. Tochter, Goth. dauhtar), from PIE *dhugheter (Cf. Skt. duhitar , Avestan dugeda , Armenian dustr, O.C.S. duЕЎti …   Etymology dictionary

  • daughter — index child Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • daughter — [n] female child female offspring, girl, offspring, woman; concepts 415,424 …   New thesaurus

  • daughter — ► NOUN 1) a girl or woman in relation to her parents. 2) a female descendant. DERIVATIVES daughterly adjective. ORIGIN Old English …   English terms dictionary

  • daughter —    Anita Brookner, in Family and Friends, has: ‘“Daughter!” cries Sofka, in a loud voice which startles them both, as does the archaic use of the word.’ It is the vocative use of the word which is archaic, of course, though it is still to be… …   A dictionary of epithets and terms of address

  • daughter — n. 1) to adopt a daughter 2) to marry off a daughter 3) an only daughter 4) an adopted; foster daughter; stepdaughter 5) a daughter to (she was like a daughter to me) * * * [ dɔːtə] foster daughter stepdaughter an adopted an only daughter to… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • Daughter — For other uses, see Daughter (disambiguation). Four generations of mothers and daughters, 1931. A daughter is a female offspring; a girl, woman, or female animal in relation to her parents. The male equivalent is a son. Analogously the name is… …   Wikipedia

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