- a female godparent
- a woman who acts as an advisor or mentor to someone
A woman who serves as a sponsor of a child when the child is baptized is an example of a godmother.
- A woman who sponsors a person at baptism.
- One that has a relationship to another person or to something that is the equivalent of being a baptismal sponsor: the godmother to a new generation of physicians.
transitive verbgod·moth·ered, god·moth·er·ing, god·moth·ers
(third-person singular simple present godmothers, present participle godmothering, simple past and past participle godmothered)
- To act as godmother to.
- Every character a fairy tale is expected to have is represented in a unique way - the princess bride is neither a princess, nor a bride and the fairy godmother is a haggish miracle worker named Max who lives with his equally haggish wife.
- Virtues could include wishes such as good health, sunny disposition, intelligence, musical talent, artistic ability, etc. Along with the virtue, the "godmother" should write a personal note to the parents.
- The supporting characters such as the fairy godmother and seven dwarfs along with Cinderella's carriage, Sleeping Beauty's mirror, and Snow White's cottage are all included.
- In a rat-race world where everyone seems to have their own agenda, what's wrong with a dream of a fairy godmother coming out of the woodwork to help us find our prince?
- Instead of merely acting as dress experts, Kleinfeld consultants are forced to assume the role of family therapist, peacemaker, and fairy godmother.