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        fùqīn, [父親], father/also pr. [fù qin]/CL:個|个[gè]
        fùmǔ, father and mother/parents
        shénfu, Christian priest or clergyman/(spiritual) father
        fù, father
        zǔfù, father's father/paternal grandfather
        jìfù, [繼父], stepfather
        fùzǐ, father and son
        jiàofù, godfather
        shīfu, [師父], used for 師傅|师傅 (in Taiwan)/master/qualified worker
        shēngfù, biological father
        yuèfù, wife's father, father-in-law
        ShèngFù, [聖父], Holy Father/God the Father (in the Christian Trinity)
        zēngzǔfù, father's father's father/paternal great-grandfather
        fùnǚ, father and daughter
        zǔfùmǔ, paternal grandparents
        yǎngfù, [養父], foster father/adoptive father
        fùmǔqīn, [父母親], parents
        fùài, [父愛], paternal love
        bófù, father's elder brother/term of respect for older man/CL:個|个[gè]
        shūfù, father's younger brother/uncle
        jiāfù, (polite) my father
        wàizǔfù, maternal grandfather (i.e. mother's father)
        fùbèi, [父輩], people of one's parents' generation
        yífu, husband of mother's sister/uncle
        guófù, [國父], father or founder of a nation/Father of the Republic (Sun Yat-sen)
        gūfu, father's sister's husband/husband of paternal aunt/uncle
        yīshífùmǔ, the people one depends upon for one's livelihood/one's bread and butter
        shìfù, [弒父], patricide/to kill one's own father
        xiānfù, deceased father/my late father
        fùlǎo, elders
        jiùfù, mother's brother/maternal uncle
        yìfù, [義父], adoptive father
        fùxì, paternal line/patrilineal
        fùxiōng, father and elder brother(s)/head of the family/patriarch
        lǎofù, father/old man/venerable sir
        hòufù, [後父], stepfather
        yīrìwéishī,zhōngshēnwéifù, [一日為師,終身為父], lit. teacher for one day, father for ever (idiom)
        yánfù, [嚴父], strict or stern father
        sàngfù, [喪父], to be orphaned of one's father
        yìfùmǔ, [義父母], adoptive parents
        yàfù, [亞父], (term of respect) second only to father/like a father (to me)
        cóngfù, [從父], paternal uncle
        dàitìfùmǔ, in place of sb's parents/in loco parentis (law)
        bóshūzǔfù, father's father's brother/great uncle
        zàishēngfùmǔ, like a second parent (idiom); one's great benefactor
        tóngmǔyìfù, [同母異父], (of siblings) having the same mother but different fathers/half (brother or sist...
        tóngfùyìmǔ, [同父異母], (of siblings) having the same father but different mothers/half (brother or sist...
        yīnFùzhīMíng, in the Name of the Father (in Christian worship)
        tiānfù, Heavenly Father
        zǐxiàofùcí, see 父慈子孝[fù cí zǐ xiào]
        jìfù, uncle (father's youngest brother)
        jìfù, foster father
        yìfù, [異父], with different father (e.g. of half-brother)
        liànfùqíngjié, [戀父情結], Electra complex
        wúyánjiànJiāngdōngfùlǎo, [無顏見江東父老], (idiom) to be unable to return to one's hometown due to the shame of failure (or...
        zēngwàizǔfù, great-grandfather (mother's grandfather)
        céngzǔfùmǔ, great-grandparents
        yǒuqífùbìyǒuqízǐ, like father, like son (idiom)
        zhàdànzhīfù, [炸彈之父], Aviation Thermobaric Bomb of Increased Power (ATBIP), or Father of All Bombs, a ...
        fùsāng, [父喪], the death of one's father
        Fùqīnjié, [父親節], Father's Day
        fùcízǐxiào, benevolent father, filial son (idiom)/natural love between parents and children
        fùzhíbèi, [父執輩], person of one's father's generation
        fùquánzhì, [父權制], patriarchy
        fùmǔshuāngwáng, [父母雙亡], to have lost both one's parents
        fùjí, [父級], parent (computing)
        shēngfùmǔ, biological parents/natural parents
        zhīzǐmòruòfù, nobody understands one's son better than his father (idiom)
        zǔfùbèi, [祖父輩], people of one's grandparents' generation
        jìfùmǔ, [繼父母], step-parents
        hǔfùwúquǎnzǐ, [虎父無犬子], lit. father a lion, son cannot be a dog (honorific); With a distinguished father...
        rènzéizuòfù, [認賊作父], lit. to acknowledge the bandit as one's father (idiom); fig. a complete betrayal...
        XǔQínfù, [許廑父], Xu Qinfu (1891-1953), journalist and writer
        Ābàfù, Abba (Aramaic word father)/by ext. God the Father in Christian gospel
        gāozǔfù, great-great-grandfather
        Huángfùguǐ, [黃父鬼], Huang Fugui, ghost of legends who provided Liu Juanzi with his magical recipes 劉...

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