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A godmother is a female godparent in the Christian tradition; she is present at the christening of the child and promises to see that the child is raised to be a Christian. Also to take on the child as her own if needed due to circumstances. Godmother may also refer to:


Honorary titles[edit]

Individuals called "Godmother" or "The Godmother"[edit]

  • Griselda Blanco, a Colombian drug lord known as "The Godmother of Cocaine"

Art, entertainment, and media[edit]

  • Godmother (film), a 1999 Hindi film
  • The Godmother (film), an upcoming American biographical crime-drama film directed by Gerard Johnson, written by Frank Baldwin, and starring Catherine Zeta-Jones
  • The Godmother (2011), a Romanian film starring Whitney Anderson, Dragoș Bucur, and Stefan Iancu

Other uses[edit]

See also[edit]