Meaning of Dad
What is Dad:
Dad is the expression used by the children to refer to the father.
The word for dad translated into English is “Father, Dad or Daddy”.
Whoever plays the role of father can also be seen as a father, a Latin term that comes from the word pater which means head of the family. The head of the family is the male person who has the power, authority, and financial responsibility for a home. With the evolution of society and the incorporation of women to work outside the home, the role of economic responsibility is shared, achieving that both parents are involved in the growth and emotions of their child (ren).
In our times the role of father can be exercised by the biological father is the person who participated in the fertilization and genetic formation of the infant or the adoptive father, is the person who acquires economic responsibilities and takes care of the child without being his.
In most countries, Father's Day is celebrated, it is used to be with the family, give gifts to the father and thank his love, effort and dedication. In Mexico, Father's Day is celebrated on the third Sunday in June and in Spain every March 19, the same day as Santo San José.
See also Father's Day.
Phrases for Dad
"A good father is worth a hundred teachers." Jean Jaques Rosseau.
"How great wealth it is, even among the poor, to be the son of a good father" Juan Luis Vives.
"Being a parent is the only profession in which the degree is awarded first and then the degree is completed." Luis Alejandro Arango.
"The best legacy of a father to his children is a little of his time each day." Battista.
Santa Claus also known as Santa Claus or Saint Nicholas. It is a character dressed in red, a belt and black boots in charge of manufacturing and delivering the toys desired by the children on the night of December 24 to 25.
The origin of Santa Claus is inspired by the Bishop of Mari (now Turkey), Nicolás Bari learns that his neighbor does not have the financial means to celebrate the marriage of his daughter, so Nicolás Bari quietly enters the neighbor's house and leaves a bag of gold coins and the ceremony was performed as the father wished. This legend was known throughout Europe and in the seventeenth century, emigrants from Holland brought the custom to the United States. The character of Santa Claus over the years underwent many modifications but in 1961 it acquired its current appearance by the American cartoonist Thomas Nast.