Hunter the psychologist diagnoses her lover too, saying he was “temporarily insane” for denying the paternity of their daughter.
All this time, rumors persisted but paternity was denied – by Strom as well as Essie Mae.
This recognized family rights when paternity is established, whether a child was born in or out of wedlock.
In 2010, the ‘Good Wife’ star received some shocking news about his paternity.
The Real Walmart offers pay “at or above” the industry average, plus benefits, maternity and paternity leave, and a 401(k) plan.
The government is patriarchal, each man being, by virtue of paternity, chief of his own children.
One got paternity last year already, and he is not as good a man as I am.
Almost touching them is a priest still sitting up, his thoughts his company—possibly they are of paternity.
I won my paternity right, when I was but twenty-eight, just about your age.
Maternity is self-evident, while paternity can only be proved indirectly by the aid of reasoning.
mid-15c., "condition of being a father," from Old French paternité (12c.), from Late Latin paternitatem (nominative paternitas) "fatherly care, fatherhood," from Latin paternus "of a father," from pater (see father (n.)). Originally in the ecclesiastical sense; literal sense first recorded 1580s. Meaning "paternal origin" is from 1868.
paternity pa·ter·ni·ty (pə-tûr'nĭ-tē)
The state of being a father; fatherhood.
Descent on a father's side; paternal descent.