I'm curious if the order implies anything here. Words get paired and their order becomes fixed. I'm pretty sure "Mom and Dad" is standard in English. By complicated I meant that it's part of a larger framework, a frozen little footnote. And in many other contexts, people identify first the one of a couple they've known longest, if they didn't meet them as a couple. Edit 2: Some power googling reveals that "Mom and Dad" is far more prevalent during Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. This freeze [ mother and father ] points up the place 1 position of mother, found also in such freezes as ma and pa. Edit: What puzzles me is that usually masculine comes before feminine.
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