A very English-language parental name. I was expected to call my father that (it became "Dad" shortly before adolescence). Works well in phrases such as "Daddy's Girl".
Most common here in Germany, acceptable in English. Offers a slight advantage as both repetitive and onomatopœia.
Excessively Victorian, distant and pretentious.
They don't even do that in Iceland. The kid can address me by first name after college graduation and not a minute before.
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