Word "PAPA" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
an informal term for a father; probably derived from baby talk
Synonyms:
dad, dada, daddy, pa, pappa, pop

Crossword Clues for PAPA

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Another name for Dad USA Today 28 Nov 2022
Bear whose porridge was too hot for Goldilocks Universal 16 Nov 2022
Smurf with a red cap New York Times 10 Nov 2022
Daddy Premier Sunday 06 Nov 2022
Family man LA Times Daily 06 Nov 2022
Father; P The Times Concise 28 Oct 2022
One of a bear trio Thomas Joseph 12 Oct 2022
One of Goldilocks' bears Family Time 10 Oct 2022
Dad USA Today 30 Sep 2022
Haydn nickname Eugene Sheffer 29 Sep 2022
Letter after Oscar in the NATO alphabet Wall Street Journal 13 Sep 2022
Mama's mate Thomas Joseph 31 Aug 2022
Father; P The Times Concise 25 Aug 2022
One of a bear trio Thomas Joseph 15 Aug 2022
Dada LA Times Daily 17 Jul 2022
___ Bear Family Time 27 Jun 2022
Letter before Quebec Wall Street Journal 25 Jun 2022
Fatherly Smurf Universal 21 Jun 2022
Biggest of the Three Bears Newsday 20 Jun 2022
Mama's mate Eugene Sheffer 16 Jun 2022
'Proud' parent The Washington Post Sunday 05 Jun 2022
Storybook bear LA Times Daily 05 Jun 2022
Storybook bear The Washington Post 05 Jun 2022
'Daddy & ___' (2002 documentary) USA Today 30 May 2022
One of a bear trio Thomas Joseph 26 May 2022
Family nickname LA Times Daily 25 May 2022
Bear whose porridge was too hot Universal 29 Apr 2022
'__ Loves Mambo' The Washington Post 24 Apr 2022
"__ Loves Mambo" LA Times Daily 24 Apr 2022
Dad Eugene Sheffer 18 Apr 2022
Hemingway nickname Thomas Joseph 15 Apr 2022
Biggest of the Three Bears Newsday 12 Apr 2022
Baseball great Cool ___ Bell USA Today 10 Apr 2022
Haydn nickname Eugene Sheffer 06 Apr 2022
Mama's mate, maybe Universal 28 Mar 2022
Biggest of the Three Bears Newsday 16 Mar 2022
"___, Can You Hear Me?" (Oscar-nominated song from "Yentl") New York Times 13 Mar 2022
Pop, for some Universal 07 Mar 2022
June gift getter Newsday 04 Mar 2022
Mama's mate Thomas Joseph 03 Mar 2022
Daddy USA Today 27 Feb 2022
Storybook bear New York Times 29 Jan 2022
Family guy Newsday 22 Jan 2022
Dad USA Today 31 Dec 2021
Bear in the big chair Wall Street Journal 21 Dec 2021
Mama's dude in the den with his feet up Family Time 19 Dec 2021
Mama's mate Eugene Sheffer 13 Dec 2021
Smurf with a white beard Universal 12 Dec 2021
Hemingway moniker LA Times Daily 02 Dec 2021
"__, Can You Hear Me?": "Yentl" song LA Times Daily 12 Nov 2021
One of a bear trio Thomas Joseph 11 Nov 2021
Letter between Oscar and Quebec Wall Street Journal 06 Nov 2021
Baby's first word, sometimes Universal 05 Nov 2021
Baby's call Thomas Joseph 26 Oct 2021
One of a bear trio Thomas Joseph 21 Oct 2021
One of the Smurfs New York Times 19 Oct 2021
Daddy New York Times 29 Sep 2021
Dad Universal 21 Sep 2021
Hemingway nickname Thomas Joseph 16 Sep 2021
Fairy tale bear LA Times Daily 14 Sep 2021
Fairy tale bear The Washington Post 14 Sep 2021
Dad Eugene Sheffer 01 Sep 2021
One of a bear trio Thomas Joseph 19 Aug 2021
'___, Can You Hear Me?' USA Today 07 Aug 2021
Smurf with a beard Wall Street Journal 03 Aug 2021
Mama's mate Thomas Joseph 03 Aug 2021
Biggest of the Three Bears Newsday 26 Jul 2021
Mama's mate Eugene Sheffer 17 Jul 2021
NATO letter after Oscar Universal 14 Jul 2021
Follower of Oscar in the NATO alphabet New York Times 09 Jul 2021
Letter between Oscar and Quebec New York Times 19 Jun 2021
One of a bear trio Thomas Joseph 07 Jun 2021
Guy in the NATO alphabet Newsday 05 Jun 2021
Bear with a hard bed Universal 28 May 2021
Bear with too-hot porridge Newsday 23 May 2021
Dad The Washington Post 19 May 2021
Dad LA Times Daily 19 May 2021
'___ Was a Rollin' Stone' USA Today 17 May 2021
Word before 'Bear' or 'Smurf' USA Today 07 May 2021
Haydn nickname Eugene Sheffer 06 May 2021
Father's nickname USA Today 12 Apr 2021
Fairy tale bear with a hard bed New York Times 05 Apr 2021
Family member in the NATO phonetic alphabet USA Today 29 Mar 2021
Dad Eugene Sheffer 25 Mar 2021
___ John’s Pizza Wall Street Journal 23 Mar 2021
'___ Don't Preach' (Madonna hit) USA Today 19 Mar 2021
Family guy Newsday 19 Mar 2021
Letter between Oscar and Quebec Wall Street Journal 17 Mar 2021
'___ Was a Rollin' Stone' (Temptations hit) USA Today 09 Mar 2021
Hemingway nickname Newsday 18 Feb 2021
Daddy LA Times Daily 15 Feb 2021
Daddy The Washington Post 15 Feb 2021
Father's Day VIP Universal 13 Feb 2021
Bear seen by Goldilocks Newsday 10 Feb 2021
"Come to ___!" Universal 28 Jan 2021
Owner of the first bed that Goldilocks tested New York Times 18 Jan 2021
Dad Universal 15 Jan 2021
'Come to ___' New York Times 05 Jan 2021
Froth New York Times 31 Dec 2020
Letter before Quebec in the NATO alphabet New York Times 19 Dec 2020
Mama's mate Eugene Sheffer 25 Nov 2020
Nickname for Hemingway LA Times Daily 23 Nov 2020
Nickname for Hemingway The Washington Post 23 Nov 2020
Family nickname Newsday 22 Nov 2020
Oscar follower, in the NATO alphabet Universal 03 Nov 2020
Father Canadiana 02 Nov 2020
Three Bears male Newsday 19 Oct 2020
Mama's husband Newsday 28 Sep 2020
Dad Premier Sunday 27 Sep 2020
Family man New York Times 15 Sep 2020
Oldest Smurf Universal 10 Sep 2020
Daddy Canadiana 31 Aug 2020
Mama’s mate Wall Street Journal 22 Aug 2020
Bear with hot porridge Universal 06 Aug 2020
Smurf with a beard Family Time 26 Jul 2020
Bear in a nursery rhyme Family Time 19 Jul 2020
P in the NATO alphabet The Washington Post Sunday 12 Jul 2020
Family guy's nickname Newsday 05 Jul 2020
Head Smurf Family Time 14 Jun 2020
Nickname for a father USA Today 11 Jun 2020
Daddy Newsday 09 Jun 2020
Mama’s partner Wall Street Journal 08 Jun 2020
Largest of the Three Bears Newsday 01 Jun 2020
16th letter of the NATO phonetic alphabet The Washington Post Sunday 24 May 2020
Member of the Three Bears Family Time 24 May 2020
Tevye, to Tzeitel LA Times Daily 23 May 2020
Tevye, to Tzeitel The Washington Post 23 May 2020
Father The Telegraph Quick 23 May 2020
Dad Wall Street Journal 11 May 2020
Letter before Quebec Wall Street Journal 23 Apr 2020
Nickname for Haydn The Washington Post 16 Apr 2020
Nickname for Haydn LA Times Daily 16 Apr 2020
Nickname for dad's partner, perhaps USA Today 13 Apr 2020
Another nickname for Dad Newsday 01 Apr 2020
The great guy with mama Family Time 30 Mar 2020
Bear whose bed was too hard The Washington Post 26 Mar 2020
Bear whose bed was too hard LA Times Daily 26 Mar 2020
Smurf with red pants USA Today 14 Mar 2020
One of a bear trio Wall Street Journal 11 Mar 2020
One of the Three Bears Family Time 01 Mar 2020
Bear with a big chair Wall Street Journal 13 Feb 2020
Mama's mate Family Time 10 Feb 2020
Mate for a mama
Mate for a mama New York Times 20 Jan 2020
Daddy Premier Sunday 22 Dec 2019
Country dad Family Time 24 Nov 2019
Hemingway moniker LA Times Daily 19 Nov 2019
Hemingway moniker The Washington Post 19 Nov 2019
Biggest of the Three Bears Newsday 29 Oct 2019
Rollin' stone, in a Motown classic The Washington Post 13 Oct 2019
Rollin' stone, in a Motown classic LA Times Daily 13 Oct 2019
Biggest of the Three Bears New York Times 30 Sep 2019
Partner of mama Family Time 22 Sep 2019
Bear with a bed that was too hard New York Times 17 Sep 2019
Bearded Smurf The Washington Post 08 Sep 2019
Bearded Smurf LA Times Daily 08 Sep 2019
Daddy Wall Street Journal 26 Aug 2019
Father -- one after Oscar? The Telegraph Cryptic 25 Aug 2019
Old man New York Times 24 Aug 2019
Haydn sobriquet Wall Street Journal 24 Aug 2019
Biggest bear in 'Goldilocks and the Three Bears' New York Times 05 Aug 2019
Oldest Smurf USA Today 03 Jul 2019
With 11-Down, furry fairy-tale father Universal 01 Jun 2019
__ John's Pizza LA Times Daily 01 Jun 2019
__ John's Pizza The Washington Post 01 Jun 2019
Father, P The Times Concise 15 May 2019
Bear with a too-hard bed The Washington Post 12 May 2019
Bear with a too-hard bed LA Times Daily 12 May 2019
Hemingway's nickname USA Today 05 May 2019
Elder Smurf USA Today 18 Apr 2019
Mama's hubby Family Time 01 Apr 2019
Fatherly figure Wall Street Journal 23 Feb 2019
Nickname for Haydn
With 11-Down, furry fairy-tale father
"Come to ___!"
__ John's Pizza
Bear with a bed that was too hard
Bear with a too-hard bed
"Come to ___"
Biggest bear in "Goldilocks and the Three Bears"
Old man
Daddy
Haydn sobriquet
Oldest Smurf
Biggest of the Three Bears
Hemingway's nickname
Fatherly figure
Rollin' stone, in a Motown classic
Dad
Bearded Smurf
Bear with a too-hard chair USA Today 27 Dec 2018
Storied bear LA Times Daily 15 Dec 2018
Storied bear The Washington Post 15 Dec 2018
Smurf with a white beard New York Times 04 Dec 2018
Family member in NATO's phonetic alphabet Newsday 01 Dec 2018
Porridge-eating bear USA Today 20 Nov 2018
Bear with a hard bed USA Today 16 Nov 2018
One of the Three Bears LA Times Daily 13 Nov 2018
One of the Three Bears The Washington Post 13 Nov 2018
___ John New York Times 31 Oct 2018
Haydn's nickname Jonesin 23 Oct 2018
Hemingway nickname Thomas Joseph 19 Oct 2018
Daddy alternative Universal 15 Oct 2018
One of the Three Bears New York Times 24 Sep 2018
Family member, endearingly New York Times 12 Sep 2018
The bearded Smurf USA Today 09 Sep 2018
Mama's mate Thomas Joseph 02 Aug 2018
Father Premier Sunday 29 Jul 2018
Oscar-Quebec go-between Wall Street Journal 28 Jul 2018
Smurf with a red hat The Washington Post 13 Jul 2018
Smurf with a red hat LA Times Daily 13 Jul 2018
Pizza's John? Universal 08 Jul 2018
Storybook bear The Washington Post 17 Jun 2018
Storybook bear LA Times Daily 17 Jun 2018
Hemingway nickname Wall Street Journal 05 Jun 2018
28-Across alternative Universal 01 Jun 2018
Daddy New York Times 20 May 2018
'___ Was a Rollin' Stone' (Temptations hit) New York Times 14 May 2018
Hemingway nickname Universal 10 May 2018
"Come to ___!" Family Time 07 May 2018
Family nickname New York Times 02 May 2018
Respected Smurf LA Times Daily 19 Feb 2018
Respected Smurf The Washington Post 19 Feb 2018
___ Smurf The Washington Post Sunday 11 Feb 2018
NATO phonetic alphabet letter after Oscar Jonesin 16 Jan 2018
Letter after Oscar
Respected Smurf
28-Across alternative
Daddy alternative
Hemingway nickname
Pizza's John?
Oscar-Quebec go-between
Hemingway nickname
Smurf with a red hat
One of the Three Bears
"___ Was a Rollin' Stone" (Temptations hit)
Daddy
Family member, endearingly
Family nickname
One of the Three Bears
Smurf with a white beard
___ John
Storybook bear
Storied bear
The bearded Smurf
Porridge-eating bear
Bear with a too-hard chair
Bear with a hard bed
Hemingway nickname USA Today 17 Dec 2017
Father; letter P The Times Concise 15 Dec 2017
One of the three bears LA Times Daily 07 Dec 2017
One of the three bears The Washington Post 07 Dec 2017
Daddy, father or pop Family Time 04 Dec 2017
Mama's mate Newsday 04 Dec 2017
Who is told 'don't preach,' in a Madonna hit New York Times 29 Nov 2017
'Come to ___!' (gambler's cry) New York Times 28 Nov 2017
With 57-Across, storied hot-porridge eater The Washington Post 26 Nov 2017
With 57-Across, storied hot-porridge eater LA Times Daily 26 Nov 2017
Oscar follower, in communications New York Times 24 Nov 2017
June honoree Newsday 23 Nov 2017
Pizza magnate "___ John" Schnatter USA Today 11 Nov 2017
Senior Smurf USA Today 09 Nov 2017
Pizza maker John Schnatter's nickname New York Times 02 Nov 2017
Fatherly nickname The Washington Post 31 Oct 2017
Bear with too-hot porridge Wall Street Journal 31 Oct 2017
Fatherly nickname LA Times Daily 31 Oct 2017
Father; P The Times Concise 20 Oct 2017
Letter before Quebec in the phonetic alphabet Wall Street Journal 19 Sep 2017
Dad New York Times 11 Sep 2017
'Goldilocks' bear with the hardest bed New York Times 04 Sep 2017
Bear with too-hot porridge USA Today 03 Sep 2017
Bear whose chair Goldilocks tries first USA Today 21 Aug 2017
One of the Three Bears Newsday 31 May 2017
Bear with a hard bed and chair USA Today 29 May 2017
Mama's mate, often Universal 19 Apr 2017
Dear old dad Premier Sunday 16 Apr 2017
Literary sobriquet The Washington Post 07 Apr 2017
Literary sobriquet LA Times Daily 07 Apr 2017
___ John's (pizza chain) USA Today 01 Apr 2017
Mama's man Canadiana 20 Mar 2017
A bear encountered by Goldilocks USA Today 09 Mar 2017
One of the Three Bears Wall Street Journal 27 Feb 2017
Haydn nickname The Washington Post 25 Feb 2017
Haydn nickname Wall Street Journal 11 Feb 2017
Bear whose bed was too hard for Goldilocks New York Times 07 Feb 2017
Mama's man Family Time 05 Feb 2017
Leader of the Smurfs New York Times 01 Feb 2017
Daddy Family Time 30 Jan 2017
Bearded Smurf USA Today 23 Jan 2017
Bear with a hard chair and bed The Chronicle of Higher Education 06 Jan 2017
Hemingway's nickname Universal 03 Jan 2017
Oscar follower, in communications
Mama's mate, often
Bear with a hard chair and bed
Bear whose bed was too hard
Fatherly nickname
Literary sobriquet
One of the three bears
___ John's (pizza chain)
With 57-Across, storied hot-porridge eater
Senior Smurf
"Come to ___!" (gambler's cry)
"Goldilocks" bear with the hardest bed
Bear whose bed was too hard for Goldilocks
Dad
Leader of the Smurfs
Pizza maker John Schnatter's nickname
Who is told "don't preach," in a Madonna hit
Pizza magnate "___ John" Schnatter
Hemingway nickname
Bear with too-hot porridge
Bear with a hard bed and chair
Bear whose chair Goldilocks tries first
Hemingway's nickname
One of three fairy-tale bears Universal 31 Oct 2016
Three Bears patriarch Universal 13 Sep 2016
Baby Bear's dad Newsday 22 Aug 2016
Hemingway's nickname The Washington Post 18 Aug 2016
Mama's mate New York Times 15 Aug 2016
Hemingway's moniker Universal 20 Jul 2016
Storied bear with a hard chair The Washington Post 16 Jul 2016
Haydn sobriquet LA Times Daily 14 Jul 2016
*___ John's New York Times 14 Jul 2016
Family nickname LA Times Daily 04 Jun 2016
Elderly Smurf Premier Sunday 22 May 2016
Sobriquet for food-industry VIP John Schnatter Newsday 21 May 2016
Hemingway sobriquet LA Times Daily 20 May 2016
One of three bears Wall Street Journal 15 Apr 2016
Famous Bear? Universal 04 Mar 2016
P, in the NATO phonetic alphabet Jonesin 16 Feb 2016
Kid-lit bear Newsday 14 Feb 2016
Nickname of Ernest Hemingway The Washington Post 03 Feb 2016
Bearded Smurf The Chronicle of Higher Education 22 Jan 2016
Mama's guy Eugene Sheffer 13 Jan 2016
June honoree Eugene Sheffer 09 Jan 2016
Mama's man The Washington Post 04 Jan 2016
Husband of mama Family Time 03 Jan 2016
Three Bears patriarch
Family man
*___ John's
Bearded Smurf
Family nickname
Hemingway's moniker
Hemingway sobriquet
One of three fairy-tale bears
Mama's mate
Bearded Smurf
Haydn sobriquet
Guy in the NATO phonetic alphabet Newsday 12 Dec 2015
Hemingway moniker Universal 04 Dec 2015
Nana's son Wall Street Journal 09 Nov 2015
Mama's spouse Wall Street Journal 02 Nov 2015
Bear with a hard bed Newsday 28 Oct 2015
Mama's spouse Newsday 20 Oct 2015
Family pillar Universal 12 Oct 2015
Three Bears patriarch USA Today 09 Oct 2015
Hemingway nickname Eugene Sheffer 29 Sep 2015
One of the Three Bears Eugene Sheffer 21 Sep 2015
Mama's mate Universal 04 Sep 2015
Hemingway nickname LA Times Daily 02 Sep 2015
Dear old dad New York Times 25 Aug 2015
Letter after Oscar Jonesin 18 Aug 2015
Bear of literature USA Today 01 Aug 2015
It comes between Oscar and Quebec in the phonetic alphabet Wall Street Journal 24 Jul 2015
Mama's partner USA Today 19 Jun 2015
Theme of the puzzle Newsday 18 Jun 2015
Family man Newsday 23 Apr 2015
Hemingway moniker The Chronicle of Higher Education 17 Apr 2015
"___ Was a Rollin' Stone" Universal 10 Apr 2015
Biggest of the Berenstain Bears Newsday 08 Apr 2015
"___ Don't Preach" (Madonna hit) USA Today 15 Jan 2015
___ John's New York Times 11 Jan 2015
Biggest of the three bears Family Time 05 Jan 2015
It comes between Oscar and Quebec in the phonetic alphabet
Latin for "pope"
Smurf with a beard
Hemingway moniker
"___ Was a Rollin' Stone"
Hemingway sobriquet
Baby Bear's dad
Bear with a hard bed
Biggest of the Berenstain Bears
Biggest of the Three Bears
Daddy
Family man
Family nickname
Guy in the NATO phonetic alphabet
Hemingway nickname
Largest of the Three Bears
Mama's spouse
One of the Three Bears
Theme of the puzzle
Dear old dad
___ John's
"___ Was a Rollin' Stone"
Family pillar
Hemingway moniker
Mama's mate
Hemingway nickname
"___ Don't Preach" (Madonna hit)
Bear of literature
Mama's partner
Three Bears patriarch
Haydn nickname
Mama's spouse
Nana's son
Smurf in red
Mama's man
The old man
Nickname of John Schnatter of chain fame
Dear old Dad
Bear with a big chair
Smurf elder
Bear seen by Goldilocks
Nickname for Hemingway
"___ Don't Preach" (#1 Madonna hit)
Nickname in the family
Family guy
Bear with the big chair
"___ Was a Rollin' Stone"
Nickname for Haydn
Sobriquet for Haydn
Mama's love
Mama's mate
Patriarchal nickname
Smurf elder
Smurf patriarch
One of the Smurfs
Not mama
Bear with a hard chair
Dada
Daddy
Mama's mate
Member of a '60s quartet
41-Down's mate
Family nickname
"___ Loves Mambo"
He was a "Rollin' Stone"?
Smurf leader
One of three bears
___ John's (Domino's competitor)
Nickname for Hemingway
The bear with the hard bed
He's my daddy
Dear old dad
Daddy
Ernest Hemingway's nickname
Nickname for Haydn
Quebec preceder, to pilots
Smurf with a beard
Bear with the biggest chair
One of the 44 Across
One of the Smurfs
"__ Was a Rollin' Stone": Temptations hit
"___ was a Rollin' Stone"
Bear whose porridge was too hot
Dad
One of the three bears
Husband of mama
Bear name
Elderly Smurf
"__ Was a Rollin' Stone": Temptations hit
One of the Smurfs
Smurf with a beard
Hemingway handle
Mama's partner
Fairy-tale bear
Husband of mama
One of the Three Bears
Bear in a kid's tale
Household moniker
Literary nickname
Mama's main man
Hemingway sobriquet
Family nickname
Haydn sobriquet
"Come to ___!"
With 46-Across his porridge was too hot ,
Household moniker
Literary nickname
Mama's main man
Respected Smurf
Letter after Oscar
Hemingway's nickname
Bear in a kid's tale
Bear whose bed was too hard
Dad
Denny Doherty or John Phillips, in a '60s singing group
Smurf elder
Biggest of the Bears
Bear whose porridge was too hot
"__, Can You Hear Me?": song from "Yentl"
Oscar-Quebec go-between
Bear with too-hot porridge
Storybook bear
Eddie Fisher's "Oh! My ___"
Nickname for Haydn
Elderly Smurf
Nickname for Joseph Haydn
He was a "Rolling Stone"
The old man
Dad
One of the three bears
Mama's other half
Mama's man
Bear whose bed was too hard
Senior Smurf
Bear with a hard bed
Hemingway sobriquet
___ Roach ("Scars" band)
Nickname for Haydn
Hemingway nickname
Mama's man
Mama's mate
First bear to detect Goldilocks's intrusion
Father figure
Senior Smurf
Bear with too-hot porridge
Bear with a hard bed
"__, Can You Hear Me?": song from "Yentl"
Dad
Big-chair bear
Person honored in this puzzle
Smurf elder
Bearded Smurf
Mama's mate
Family man
"Come to ___"
Bear whose bed was too hard
Ernest Hemingway's nickname
Nickname for Haydn
Bear of a tale
Bear in the Goldilocks story
Smurf elder
A Smurf
With 10-Across, sobriquet for Bill O'Reilly used by 39-Across
Smurf who wore red clothes
"Come to ___!"
___ John's (pizza chain)
___ John's (Domino's competitor)
"___ Was a Rollin' Stone" (1972 hit)
31 Down's partner
Hemingway handle
Nickname of Margaux and Mariel's grandfather
Address of many pizzerias?
"Come to ___"
Nickname for Hemingway
"___ Was a Rollin' Stone"
Bearded Smurf
Sobriquet for Haydn
Handle for Haydn
One of a storied trio
Mama's mate
Male on "Monday, Monday"
Hemingway nickname
Nickname of Margaux and Mariel's grandfather
One of Goldilocks' victims
Nickname for Hemingway
Haydn sobriquet
Bear of a story
Hemingway sobriquet
Literary sobriquet
P, in a phonetic alphabet
Haydn's handle
Bear in the Goldilocks story
Nickname for Hemingway or Haydn
Mama loves him
Bear whose chair was too hard
What a junior might call a senior
Nickname for Hemingway
With 49-Down, Haiti's President for Life, familiarly
Citt del Vaticano leader
Bear with a hard chair
542-year-old Smurf
Madonna begged him not to preach
Mama's man
Biggest of the three bears
Haydn nickname
Biggest of three bears
Nickname for Hemingway or Haydn
Perry Como's "___ Loves Mambo"
Sobriquet for singer John Phillips
Hemingway's handle
Smurf patriarch
Biggest bear, of three
___ John's (pizza chain)
"___ Was a Rollin' Stone" (#1 hit for the Temptations)
Hemingway's handle
One of the three bears
A Bear
"___ Loves Mambo" (Perry Como hit)
He was a rolling stone in song
Hemingway sobriquet
Bear in the big chair
Smurf with a beard
Sobriquet for Hemingway
Dad
He was a rollin' stone
Bishop of Roma
"___ Was a Rollin' Stone" (1972 hit)
Father
Storied bear
___ Bear
Mama's mate
A Smurf
Bear that children hear about
Haydn nickname
One of the Berenstain Bears
"___ Was a Rolling Stone"
Hemingway nickname
Haiti's ___ Doc
Haydn or Hemingway
Hemingway nickname
Hemingway sobriquet
One of a Grimm trio
Joe, to Ted
Famous bear
Hemingway's moniker
Madonna's "___ Don't Preach"
One of the Smurfs
A Bear
Famous bear
One bear
Family man
Smurf with a white beard
Mama's partner
Haydn's sobriquet
Biggest of the three bears
Bear of literature
One of the bears
P, in radio lingo
Smurf patriarch
One of a bear trio
Bear or Hemingway
One-fourth of a '60s pop group
Nickname for Hemingway
"__ Don't Preach"
Hemingway moniker
Term of affection for 37-Across
Sobriquet for Haydn
Mama's partner
Perry Como's "___ Loves Mambo"
Father
Bear whose porridge was too hot
Bear in the Goldilocks story
"___ Don't Preach" (Madonna hit)
Mama's partner
John Phillips or Denny Doherty, on stage
Hemingway handle
Denny Doherty, on stage
Smurf patriarch
P, in radio lingo
One of the bears
Tot's cry
Storybook bear
Mama's mate
One of the Three Bears
One of the Smurfs
"___ Don't Preach": Madonna
Three Bears patriarch
Hemingway, for one
Tevye, to Hodel
One of the Three Bears
Three Bears patriarch
Family member
One-fourth of a '60s pop group
Family member, familiarly
What a junior might call a senior
Nickname of Ernest Hemingway
Hemingway's nickname
Hemingway sobriquet
Hemingway or Haydn
"___ Don't Preach" (1986 Madonna chart-topper)
Hemingway sobriquet
Biggest bear, of three
Baseball's Cool ___ Bell
Later nickname of one-time Star reporter
Hemingway's nickname
John Phillips was one
Sobriquet for Hemingway
Bear name
Cool ___ Bell (Hall of Fame baseball player)
Daddy
Quarter of a '60s pop quartet
"I Remember Mama" role
"___ Loves Mambo" (Perry Como song)
Daddy
"I Remember Mama" role
Family member
___ Hemingway
Old man
One of the Smurfs
One of the Three Bears
Hemingway nickname
Fiddler John Creach
John Phillips, professionally
'_____ Don't Preach' ('86 hit)
___ oom mow mow (doo-wop song lyrics)
Bear, in a fairy tale
Sobriquet for Haydn
"_____ Was a Rolling Stone" (Temptations hit)
Member of a '60s singing group
Hemingway moniker
Hemingway's sobriquet
One-fourth of a '60s group
Family member
Daddy
Baseball legend Cool _____ Bell
"_____Was A Rollin' Stone"
Hemingway's sobriquet
Dad
Denny Doherty, once
Governor, to a Brit
Member of a '60s singing group
Biggest bear, of three
John Phillips was one
Hemingway handle
One of The Three Bears
Storybook bear
One of the Bears
Hot-porridge bear
Baseball great Cool __ Bell
One of a '60s pop quartet
Bear name
Sobriquet for Haydn
John Phillips once
Hemingway.s nickname
He s family
One bear of three
"___ Don't Preach" (#1 hit for Madonna)
Daddy
Singer John Phillips, once
"__ Don't Preach" (Madonna tune)
"_____ Was a Rollin' Stone" (Temptations hit)
Father
Haydn or Hemingway
One-fourth of a 60's group
Role model for a lad
One wearing the pants in the family?
Haydn's epithet
Haydn or Hemingway
June celebrant
Bear with a hard bed
Nickname for a patriarch
Mom's mate
Hemingway, familiarly
Haydn's nickname
Haydn's handle
Family man
Bishop of Roma
Family pillar
Mate of 1-Across
"_____ Don't Preach" (Madonna hit)
One of three bears
Not mama
Hemingway sobriquet
Bear of story
"Don't preach," Madonna told him
A Bear
Mama loves him
John Phillips was one
A Bear
Haydn's sobriquet
Hemingway's handle
Tot's cry
One of the Bears
John Paul, e.g., to the Italians
One of the Three Bears
Three Bears name
Hemingway
Haydn or Hemingway
Biggest bear, of three
Baseball Hall-of-Famer Cool __ Bell
Hemingway handle
Nickname for Haydn
____ Doc
Dad
Perry Como's "___ Loves Mambo"
Bear of literature
Madonna's "___ Don't Preach"
___Doc Duvalier
____ Don't Preach : Madonna
"Oh! My ___" (Eddie Fisher tune)
June honoree
Baseball's Cool ____ Bell
"Down at___Joe's" ('63 hit)
Haydn soubriquet
Hemingway to buddies
Hemingway moniker
"_____ Was a Rollin' Stone" (1972 hit)
Haydn or Hemingway
Mama's roommate
"Oh, My ___"
Haydn sobriquet
Pope, to a Roman
Haydn's nickname
Dietrich's nickname for Hemingway
He "loves mambo"
Hemingway epithet
Hemingway's sobriquet
"Oh, My ___," Fisher hit
One of the Goldbergs
John Paul II, to Italians
Waitt role in "The Waltons"
One of radio's Goldbergs
Nickname for a June hero
One of the Bears
Mama's man
"Oh! My ___," 1953 song
"___ Loves Mambo," 1954 song
Pope, in Assisi
Family member
June celebrity
Hemingway
The O.M.
Dada
Hemingway or Bear
"___, Won't You Dance with Me?": 1947 song
"___ Doc" Duvalier
Relative in an Eddie Fisher hit song
Actor Waite in "The Waltons"
Bear or Doc
One of the Waltons
One of the Bears
The Pope, in Rome
Name for 16 Across
___ Doc Duvalier
Parent
Paterfamilias
P.T.A. member
Family member.
One of the Bears.
Santa's aide.
"Proud" one
___ Bear, sports figure.
Breadwinner.
VIP at Christmas.
Household word.
See 5 Across.
"___ Hemingway."
Hemingway's nickname.
VIP in the home.
Relative.
Today's carver.
Nursery man.
Family man.
Parent.
The average man.
Dad.
He who pays.
Another masculine title.
Pop.
Head of the household.
Haydn's nickname.
Member of the family.
Hemingway to his friends.
"___, potatoes, poultry, prunes and prism . . . "
Haydn, or Hemingway.
One of "The Goldbergs."
Epithet for Haydn.
Homebody.
Spouse of 48 Down.
Victorian daddy.
Familiar name for writer Hemingway.
Head of the family.
Hero of June 19.
Stand-in for Santa.
Hero of June 20.
"To me he is so wonderful."
Aide to Santa.
Paterfamilias.
Hero of June 21.
Hemingway's sobriquet.
"___, potatoes, poultry, prunes and prism."
Nickname applied to Haydn and Dionne.
Hero of June 15.
Poilu's name for Marshal Joffre.
Mr. Dionne.
Important member of the family.
Father.
Proud cigar passer.
Ernest Hemingway's sobriquet.
Mr. Dionne, for instance.
Second fiddle in "The Goldbergs."
The Pope: Ital.
Pater.
Potato: Spanish.
The Pope.
Smurf with a beard
Old man
Daddy
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