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The Norse beg to differ.
Depends on the language. In Portuguese is completely fine
So it is in German.
Rly? Just saying "Töchter, komm hier" works? Didn't know that
In my family it is. My parents often call me Tochter or Töchterchen instead of my name.
Cool! Nice to know that. 4 years learning the language and I had no idea
It's probably not something you'd learn from books. They usually say for example „meine Tochter, komm mal her" but they also say „mein Sohn, komm mal her" to my brother as the male equivalent. It might differ throughout regions though, I'm from southern Germany.
Is it less syllables in that language? I think that's probably why.
Filha is shorter than daughter, but I don't think 3 letters is the reason for that
Wouldn't that be one less syllable? (I have no idea how that would be pronounced, sorry)
It is! But idk, just feels weird that only 3 letters would make people not use the word at all
But hey, I'm no linguistic
Two syllables vs. one
Don't call me daughter, not fit to
The picture kept will remind me
Not that I've ever seen or heard
Just had this conversation with my daughter yesterday.
I call my daughter 'Daughter' all the time. It's not all unusual for me to walk into a room and say "Hello daughter. How was your day?" Or "Hello daughter of mine."
To avoid this kind of situation, my parents just call me "disappointment"
Should we be saying girl-son? Lady-child?
As a father with a daughter, no it's not
I think they mean in the sense "come have a seat, daughter."
As a father of 3 girls I'll say it's not unusual at all and more so they could tell whom I was referring to simply by how I said it~
As the daughter, i hate being called that. Does not sound like an endearing word.
Yeah, my daughter also hates it when I call her "son".
Thanks for the laugh 😃
Son is so easy to say daughter is a mouthful
What about "Child Spawn?"
Or "Sex Result"
A collaborative effort between two adults to create a child spawn by mixing their genetics together.
A mutual pleasure ritual upon a Soft chunk of mass between a Male and a female to produce a child spawn by fusing their genetics in the Carrier's insides , preferably the female's
This was worded incorrectly, leading to confusion.