In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1páter familias masculinojefe de familia masculino
- Siva, the paterfamilias, is not present, but his picture, often along with that of other deities, is portrayed in the decorative designs above the image.
- At the heart of the Roman family was the paterfamilias, the father of the family.
- Many men still think about fatherhood in terms of the paterfamilias, or traditional father.
- Late in the film, we discover that the paterfamilias has a gay brother.
- That he is a Mormon, a professor, and a paterfamilias adds spice to his mischief.
- The sweet sounds of the banjo are replaced by the elderly paterfamilias, who starts to play a mouth organ.
- There is a law of persons, or the family, which reflects Roman family life, with the paterfamilias, the wife and children, and the slaves.
- The genius of the paterfamilias was honored in familial worship as a household god and was thought to perpetuate a family through many generations.
- In fact I think it's kind of cute, in a Victorian paterfamilias kinda way.
- But the legitimization of the traditional family provided by the paterfamilias doctrine was reaffirmed by conservative courts through a doctrine of ‘family autonomy’ in the 1920s.
- On being asked how they did it, the paterfamilias commented that it was the inevitable result of coming from two covenanted peoples.
- I know that this is changing, particularly among the better-off and better-educated, but many a Bulgarian father, it seems, is still rather like the paterfamilias of old.
- He's a garrulous paterfamilias who has somehow picked up the incongruous metropolitan affectation of a stubby cigarette holder.
- The current movie is about a family named Baker, of which the paterfamilias is a small-time college football coach, and the mother is a homemaker.
- The paterfamilias or head of the family had the right, in theory at least, to execute summarily any member, including in primis his slaves.
- Like women and slaves, children were the property of the paterfamilias and could be sold or abandoned, as girls often were.
- Beneath these specific demands, however, and colouring all of them, was a passionate desire to destroy the authority of the paterfamilias.
- It was bad advice that would have put everyone through the grinder in the name of protecting my rights as paterfamilias.
- The old image of Dickens, fostered by his surviving family, as a benign paterfamilias and as a man piously wedded to Victorian domestic virtues was thus tarnished.
- In the old civic code, the wife was nothing but an accessory to the work of the citizen and paterfamilias.
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