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Godparents

Postby tinitime » 03 May 2007, 15:17

What do Italian children call their Godmother and Godfather? We are about to baptize my son and I am looking for something different besides the names we use in French. (That's from my side! LOL!) Thanks!
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Re: Godparents

Postby Emmy » 03 May 2007, 19:30

Tinitime Welcome to the forum
I'm not sure about the spelling but my children refer to their Godmother as Padina and Godfather as Padino.

When I speak to my chidren's Godmother I say Comare and their Godfather - Combare

Maybe some of the other members could correct the spelling for me.

May God Bless the wee one who is being baptised.

Hope this helps
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Re: Godparents

Postby Xaymara » 03 May 2007, 19:57

tinitime wrote:What do Italian children call their Godmother and Godfather?


Godmother - Madrina

Godfather - Padrino

Comare and compare ( cumare and cumpare and others ) is regional usage, dialectal in origin.
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