parenthood

Childhood vs Parenthood - What's the difference?

childhood | parenthood |


As nouns the difference between childhood and parenthood

is that childhood is (uncountable) the state of being a child while parenthood is the state of being a parent.

Parenthood vs Paren - What's the difference?

parenthood | paren |


As nouns the difference between parenthood and paren

is that parenthood is the state of being a parent while paren is (informal) a parenthesis (bracket used to enclose parenthetical material in text).

Parenthood - What does it mean?

parenthood | |

Parenthood vs Quasiparental - What's the difference?

parenthood | quasiparental |


As a noun parenthood

is the state of being a parent.

As an adjective quasiparental is

having or involving certain aspects of parenthood.

Parenting vs Parenthood - What's the difference?

parenting | parenthood |


As nouns the difference between parenting and parenthood

is that parenting is process of raising and educating a child from birth until adulthood while parenthood is the state of being a parent.

As a verb parenting

is .

Parentage vs Parenthood - What's the difference?

parentage | parenthood |


As nouns the difference between parentage and parenthood

is that parentage is of or pertaining to one's parents, and in particular, the legitimacy of one's birth while parenthood is the state of being a parent.

Motherhood vs Parenthood - What's the difference?

motherhood | parenthood | Hyponyms |

Motherhood is a hyponym of parenthood.


As nouns the difference between motherhood and parenthood

is that motherhood is the state of being a mother while parenthood is the state of being a parent.

Fatherhood vs Parenthood - What's the difference?

fatherhood | parenthood |

Parenthood is a see also of fatherhood.

Fatherhood is a hyponym of parenthood.


As nouns the difference between fatherhood and parenthood

is that fatherhood is the state of being a father while parenthood is the state of being a parent.

State vs Parenthood - What's the difference?

state | parenthood |


As nouns the difference between state and parenthood

is that state is a polity while parenthood is the state of being a parent.

As a verb state

is (lb) to declare to be a fact.

As a adjective state

is (obsolete) stately.

What is the difference between parenthood and parent?

parenthood | parent |

Parenthood is a derived term of parent.


As nouns the difference between parenthood and parent

is that parenthood is the state of being a parent while parent is one of the two persons from whom one is immediately biologically descended; a mother or father.

As a verb parent is

to act as parent, to raise or rear.