godchild


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godchild

a person, usually an infant, who is sponsored by adults at baptism
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Hambro's daughter, Rosemary, is the Queen's godchild.
Godchild said: "I thought our offence flowed really, really well.
We have to pay attention to how far from the faith a godchild has moved and ask ourselves how we can nudge him or her back.
I just had my little Godchild staying with me for the last few days and I'd absolutely like to have my own.
He's full of acerbic and very funny jokes about his ex,"the spiritual godchild of Blackbeard the pirate and Heather Mills".
Paige stars as a gay man who seeks out a new kid to hang out with when his godchild's family moves away.
The son of the Surrealist Matta (Roberto Matta-Echaurren) and the artist Anne Clark and godchild of Marcel Duchamp, with whom he played a regular game of chess in the Village, and onetime assistant to Dennis Oppenheim and Robert Smithson, Matta-Clark was nothing if not mercurial.
They created a functional kinship, technically called affinity, between the sponsor and the godchild's family that bound them together permanently.
Ransom, and the godchild of Madam Walker's daughter, A'Lelia.
The Precious Moments Collection is adding figurines honoring the relationship between godparent and godchild, Mother's Day and graduation 2001.
While in Antigua, Guatemala, on a workteam with the Godchild Project, we were given a tour of the "Chicken Project." The similarity between homesteading and raising food for the poor is surprisingly similar.
When I interviewed her in 1981, she had initiated thirty-two people into the Orisha tradition, and as the first santera to initiate a recognized Orisha godchild in New York City, she established precedents for performing initiation ceremonies there.