SAHD

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Acronym of stay-at-home dad.

Noun[edit]

SAHD (plural SAHDs)

  1. A stay-at-home dad.
    • 2001, Libby Gill, Stay-at-Home Dads: The Essential Guide to Creating the New Family, Plume (2001), ISBN 9780452282742, page 86:
      In other words, once SAHDs had become an accepted part of public reality, Mr. Mom as well as the short-lived TV series Daddio were bound to follow.
    • 2005, Amy Scheibe, What Do You Do All Day?, Picador (2006), ISBN 9780312425623, unnumbered page:
      Sven has been a SAHD for six months now, having left his sports marketing job when he and Tom brought Lily home.
    • 2010, Stefan Korn, Scott Lancaster, & Eric Mooij, Being a Great Dad for Dummies, Wiley Publishing Australia (2010), ISBN 9781742169729, page 279:
      SAHDs are more common than they used to be, but they're still a rare beast, so keep your eyes peeled at the local library, music sessions, playgroups, coffee groups, or just stroll up to other blokes pushing buggies — you don't need an excuse to start a conversation.
    • For more examples of usage of this term, see the citations page.

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