Another word for young
In the early portion of life
puerile, boyish, girlish, adolescent, juvenile, budding, juvenescent, in one's teens, childlike, youthful, pubescent, boylike, girllike, new-fledged, blooming, burgeoning, childish, half-grown, growing, blossoming, at the breast, (babe) in arms, knee high to a grasshopper*.
callow, green, immature, tender, raw, untutored, unlearned, junior, subordinate, inferior, unfledged, ignorant, undisciplined, tenderfoot*, not dry behind the ears*, still wet behind the ears*; see also incompetent, inexperienced, naive.
young is the general word for one in an early period of life and variously connotes the vigor, strength, immaturity, etc. of this period a young child, man, etc.; young blood; youthful applies to one who is, or appears to be, in the period between childhood and maturity or to that which is appropriate to such a person a youthful executive, youthful hopes; juvenile applies to that which relates to, is suited to, or is intended for young persons juvenile delinquency, behavior, books, etc.; puerile implies reference to adults who unbecomingly display the immature qualities of a child puerile petulance; adolescent applies to one in the period between puberty and maturity and especially suggests the awkwardness, emotional instability, etc. of this period adolescent yearnings
Another word for youngadjective
Being in an early period of growth or development:green, immature, infant, juvenile, youthful. See youth