One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- old-fashioned term for grandfather
- ‘I am a papa now, I have an heir and now I'm going to be a grandpapa.’
- ‘I opened the door to find my grandpapa on the phone.’
- ‘His granddaughter, a sweet seventeen, came to the doorway, ‘Yes, grandpapa?’’
- ‘Then I continued to say that papa was at work, and wouldn't be back until late, my uncle and grandpapa were with friends, and Kip was with a friend.’
- ‘I haven't been this depressed since grandpapa died.’
- ‘I believe that my grandpapa gave me a similar speech propped on his lap while I was still in diapers and drooling on myself.’
- ‘And the grandpapa is undoubtedly crazy and calm but funny in an unknowing and indirect way.’
- ‘My grandpapa moves around a lot but his current residence is in England.’
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