Another word for young
young youthful adolescent immature juvenile puerile greenSearch Thesaurus
These adjectives mean of, relating to, characteristic of, or being in an early period of growth or development. Young is the most general of the terms: a young child. Youthful suggests characteristics, such as enthusiasm, freshness, or energy, that are associated with youth: youthful ardor. Adolescent specifically implies the characteristics of those in the period between childhood and maturity: adolescent insecurity. Immature applies to what is not yet fully developed; it sometimes suggests that someone falls short of an expected level of maturity: an emotionally immature adult. Juvenile connotes immaturity, often childishness: the juvenile pranks of the conventioneers. Puerile is used derogatorily to suggest silliness, foolishness, or infantilism: a puerile joke. Green implies lack of training or experience and sometimes callowness: green recruits who couldn't deal with the emergency.
Another word for youngadjective
Being in an early period of growth or development:green, immature, infant, juvenile, youthful. See youth
Young people collectively:youth. See youth
The offspring, as of an animal or a bird, for example, that are the result of one breeding season:brood, litter. See kin