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A godfather is a male godparent in the Christian tradition; he is present at the baptism of the child and promises to see that the child is raised to be a Christian. The godfather also has the role of taking on the child as his own if needed due to circumstances. Godfather may also refer to:
- A synomym for Boss (crime)
- The Godfather (wrestler), Charles Wright (born May 16, 1961); a professional wrestler
- James Brown (May 3, 1933 – December 25, 2006), "The Godfather of Soul"
- Adolfo Constanzo or The Godfather (1962–1989), American serial killer, drug dealer, and cult leader
- Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo or The Godfather (born 1946), founder of Guadalajara Cartel
- Juan Nepomuceno Guerra or the Godfather (1915–2001), founder of the Gulf Cartel
Arts, entertainment, and media
- The Godfather, a 1972 film starring Marlon Brando
- Godfather (1991 film), a Malayalam film by Siddique and Lal
- God Father (1995 film), a Telugu film by Kodi Ramakrishna
- Godfather (2007 film), a Pakistani film by Hariday Shetty
- Godfather (2012 film), a Kannada film by P. C. Sriram
- God Father (2017 film), an Odia film
- "The Godfather" (fairy tale), a story from Grimms' Fairy Tales
- The Godfather (novel), a 1969 novel by Mario Puzo
- Godfather (band), a sleaze-funk-hip hop band from Cambridge, UK
- The Godfathers (rap duo), a hip hop duo consisting of Kool G Rap and Necro, from Brooklyn
- The Godfathers, an alternative rock band from London, England
- The Godfathers (TV series), a 1970 Australian television show
- "The Godfather", an episode of Married... with Children
- The Godfather (1991 video game), DOS game based on the film trilogy
- The Godfather (2006 video game), based on Puzo's novel and the film trilogy
- God the Father
- Godmother (disambiguation)
- Honorific nicknames in popular music)
- List of people considered father or mother of a field
- All pages beginning with "Godfather"
- All pages beginning with "The Godfather"
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