Our Father


Our Father
Our Father UK US noun [countable] [singular Our Father plural Our Fathers]
the lord’s prayer
Thesaurus: christian ceremonies, services, prayers and practiceshyponym

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noun, pl ⋯ -thers
1 the Our Father :

lord's prayer

2 [count] : an act of saying the Lord's Prayer

She knelt down and said an Our Father.

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Our Father [Our Father] ;

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