"dotter" meaning in All languages combined

Noun [English]

Forms: dotters [plural] Rhymes: -ɒtə(ɹ)
  1. An instrument for drawing dots.

Noun [Norwegian Nynorsk]

Forms: dottera [definite, singular], døtrer [indefinite, plural], døtrene [definite, plural]
  1. daughter Tags: feminine Categories (topical): Family, Family members, Female, Female family members

Noun [Swedish]

Audio: Sv-dotter.ogg
  1. daughter; someone's female child Tags: common Categories (topical): Female family members

Inflected forms

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