Translation of motherless in Spanish:


huérfano de madre, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈməðərləs/ /ˈmʌðələs/


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    huérfano de madre
    sin madre
    • Countless readers have bonded with the character of Janie Crawford, a motherless girl raised by her grandmother.
    • The last two months have seen the release of three family films featuring single dads raising motherless only-children.
    • Mrs. Lorne treats Johnny kindly because she knows he is motherless.
    • In 1992, 90,000 American women between the ages of 25 and 54 died and 125,000 kids under 18 were left motherless.
    • The motherless family's pain is palpable and the sense of hopelessness can almost be smelt.
    • Motherless, she was sent off early by her father to be a lady-in-waiting and was expected to make an advantageous marriage.
    • Growing up motherless, Mary also lost her sister to suicide.
    • I stayed in bed for two weeks, taking painkillers and sleeping pills; trying to silence the nightmares of crying, motherless babies.
    • Many friends knew the tale of her remarkable childhood spent on the cattle stations, with her father and his motherless brood of five young children.
    • She was educated largely at home, where, as the youngest of the motherless family, she may have fallen under the Wesleyan influence of her aunt.