godparent definition

  • noun:
    • A godfather or a godmother.
    • the one who stood for a young child during a naming service or baptism
    • A godfather or a godmother.
    • the one who stood for a kid during a naming ceremony or baptism
    • A godfather or godmother
    • A godfather or godmother
    • a person who cares for a kid if untimely demise is met because of the parents
    • One who cares for a child if untimely demise is satisfied by the moms and dads
    • A godfather or a godmother.
    • A godfather or a godmother.
    • someone who sponsors someone (the godchild) at baptism
    • an individual who sponsors somebody (the godchild) at baptism
    • A godfather or a godmother.
    • A godfather or a godmother.
    • The person who endured for a kid during a naming service or baptism
    • The person who endured for a kid during a naming service or baptism
    • A godfather or a godmother.
    • A godfather or godmother
    • The person who endured for a young child during a naming ceremony or baptism
    • a person who cares for a child if untimely demise is satisfied because of the parents
    • A godfather or a godmother.
    • A godfather or godmother
    • A godfather or a godmother.
    • The person who endured for a young child during a naming service or baptism
    • A godfather or godmother
    • person who cares for a child if untimely demise is met by the parents
    • A godfather or godmother
    • One who cares for a child if untimely demise is satisfied because of the moms and dads
    • a person who sponsors someone (the godchild) at baptism
    • A godfather or a godmother.
    • A godfather or a godmother.
    • One who cares for a kid if untimely demise is satisfied by the moms and dads
    • an individual who sponsors some one (the godchild) at baptism
    • someone who sponsors some body (the godchild) at baptism
    • A godfather or a godmother.
    • somebody who sponsors some body (the godchild) at baptism

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