Daughter

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George W. Bush and his wife Laura Bush with their daughters

A daughter is the female child of a mother and father. The opposite of a daughter is a son. A daughter would be a sister, if she has siblings.

Daughter is also used informally to mean "junior". For example, in the Church of England, a parish with more than one church is sometimes said to have a mother church, which is the main parish church, and a daughter church.

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