Antonyms for orphanˈɔr fən
a child who has lost both parents
someone or something who lacks support or care or supervision
the first line of a paragraph that is set as the last line of a page or column
a young animal without a mother
deprive of parents
orphan(noun)Deprived of parents (also orphaned).
orphan(noun)Remaining after the removal of some form of support.
orphan(noun)Anything that is unsupported, as by its source, provider or caretaker, by reason of the supporter's demise or decision to abandon.
orphan(noun)A single line of type, beginning a paragraph, at the bottom of a column or page.
orphan(noun)Any unreferenced abstract object.
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