goddaughter [god-daw-ter] ExamplesWord Origin noun
- a female godchild.
Origin of goddaughter before 1050; Middle English; Old English goddohtor. See, Examples from the Web for goddaughter Contemporary Examples of goddaughter
The filmmakers are my goddaughter Sara Ossana and her husband Mathew Provost.
September 5, 2013
Historical Examples of goddaughter
Her goddaughter, daughter of the friend to whom years ago she described Tommy, was with her.
Richie smiled at his goddaughter, who was in her mother’s arms.
Even her goddaughter was slightly surprised, well as she knew her.
S. Weir Mitchell
As your goddaughter is out, my good woman, I can state my business with you very plainly.
No, but Julien does; she is the goddaughter of his father, and they are good friends together.
Honore de Balzac
British Dictionary definitions for goddaughter goddaughter noun
- a female godchild
Word Origin and History for goddaughter n.
girl one sponsors at her baptism, mid-13c., from+ .