Do you capitalize the word godfather?
Keeping this in view, do you capitalize godparents?
Occasionally, religious publications choose to capitalize words that start with "god," but a wide variety of style guides I found that address the issue in some way (1, 2, 3, 4) recommend using lowercase for words such as "godless," "godliness," "godly," “godsend,” “godfather,” “godmother,” and swear words that include
Secondly, does godly have a capital? It has recently occurred to me that the “correct” spelling of the word godly is not capitalized – ever. The uncapitalized form of the word will continue on to mean “of or like a deity, etc.” while the capitalized form can be used in any reference to the monotheistic form of the word.
Likewise, people ask, what is the meaning of being a godfather?
In both religious and civil views, a godparent tends to be an individual chosen by the parents to take an interest in the child's upbringing and personal development, to offer mentorship or claim legal guardianship of the child if anything should happen to the parents.
Do you capitalize father in a sentence?
The word “father” can be capitalized depending on how it is used in a sentence or title. When used generically in a sentence such as: “my father said to visit him,” then the word father is lowercase because it is a generic noun.