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Leather made from the skin of a young goat; kidskin.
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  1. Leather made from the skin of a young goat; kidskin.
  2. (Slang) Pal. Used as a term of familiar address, especially for a young person:
  3. (Informal) A child or young person
Young people considered as a group.
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  1. Young people considered as a group.
  2. The condition or quality of being young:
  3. A young person; esp., a young man
A small child.
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  1. A small child.
  2. A young child
A young child.
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  1. A young child.
  2. (Informal) A little child
  3. (Dated) A rag baby; a puppet made of cloth.
A youth
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  1. A youth
  2. A young animal.
  3. A young person; a child or youth.
(Informal) A man socializing in a group of men:
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  1. (Informal) A man socializing in a group of men:
  2. A bellboy, messenger boy, etc.
  3. A son:
Used as a familiar form of address to express support of or camaraderie with a woman.
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  1. Used as a familiar form of address to express support of or camaraderie with a woman.
  2. (Informal) A daughter
  3. A daughter:
An adult or young person who behaves in an infantile way.
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  1. An adult or young person who behaves in an infantile way.
  2. An unborn child; a fetus.
  3. A very young child; an infant.
A neonate.
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  1. A neonate.
  2. A recently born baby.
A person in the state of legal infancy; minor
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  1. A person in the state of legal infancy; minor
  2. (Law) A person under the legal age of majority; a minor.
  3. A very young child; baby
A small bird that is still confined to the nest.
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  1. A small bird that is still confined to the nest.
  2. A young bird not yet ready to leave the nest
  3. A young child.
A traffic cone.
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  1. A traffic cone.
  2. A quite young human being, typically two to three years old, but can refer to any child that has started walking, up to about four years old, or at the time they have mastered walking.
  3. One who toddles, especially a young child learning to walk.
A child who is not old enough to attend kindergarten.
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  1. A child who is not old enough to attend kindergarten.
  2. A child who is enrolled in a preschool.
A child in this age group
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  1. A child in this age group
  2. A child who is nearly a teenager
  3. A preadolescent boy or girl.
A young person who has undergone puberty but who has not reached full maturity.
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  1. A young person who has undergone puberty but who has not reached full maturity.
  2. A boy or a girl from puberty to adulthood; teenage person
A person between the ages of 13 and 19; an adolescent.
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  1. A person between the ages of 13 and 19; an adolescent.
  2. A person in his or her teens
Anything thought of as like a daughter in relation to its source or origin
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  1. Anything thought of as like a daughter in relation to its source or origin
  2. An adopted daughter
  3. A woman considered as if in a relationship of child to parent:
An affectionate or familiar form of address to a boy or man, as used by an older person
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  1. An affectionate or familiar form of address to a boy or man, as used by an older person
  2. An adopted son
  3. A man considered as if in a relationship of child to parent:
A child of someone's child.
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  1. A child of someone's child.
  2. A child of one's son or daughter
Someone or something regarded as unpopular, neglected, etc.
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  1. Someone or something regarded as unpopular, neglected, etc.
  2. Something that does not receive appropriate care, respect, or attention:
  3. A child that one's husband or wife had by a former marriage
A child in foster care
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  1. A child in foster care
(Figuratively) Another produce, result of an entity's efforts.
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  1. (Figuratively) Another produce, result of an entity's efforts.
  2. A child or children of a parent or parents:
  3. A person's daughter(s) and/or son(s); a person's children.
A person who is an offspring, however remote, of a certain ancestor, family, group, etc.
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  1. A person who is an offspring, however remote, of a certain ancestor, family, group, etc.
  2. A person’s child, grandchild, great-grandchild, or other offspring in the direct line of descent. A person’s child, grandchild, great-grandchild, or other offspring in the direct line of descent.
  3. One whose descent can be traced to a particular individual or group:
A very young child.
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  1. A very young child.
  2. A person knowing no evil or sin, such as a child
(Archaic) A youth in the state of adolescence, or just passing from boyhood to manhood; a lad.
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  1. (Archaic) A youth in the state of adolescence, or just passing from boyhood to manhood; a lad.
  2. A male adolescent or young adult.
  3. A grown boy; youth passing into manhood
One studying in a secondary area of specialization:
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  1. One studying in a secondary area of specialization:
  2. (Educ.) A minor subject or field of study
  3. (Sports) The minor leagues of a sport, especially baseball.
(Now Rare) A novice
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  1. (Now Rare) A novice
  2. A young person; youth
Any of a large subclass (Acari) of tiny, sometimes microscopic, arachnids often parasitic upon animals, insects, or plants, or infesting prepared foods, including many species that transmit diseases
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  1. Any of a large subclass (Acari) of tiny, sometimes microscopic, arachnids often parasitic upon animals, insects, or plants, or infesting prepared foods, including many species that transmit diseases
  2. A coin of very small value, especially an obsolete British coin worth half a farthing.
  3. Any of various very small arachnids of the subclass Acari that often live as parasites on other animals or plants. Like ticks and unlike spiders, mites have no division between the cephalothorax and abdomen.
(Now Rare) A child
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  1. (Now Rare) A child
  2. (Slang) A woman (especially one who is young and/or attractive).
  3. (Often Offensive) A girl or young woman.
A book for young people
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  1. A book for young people
  2. (Biol.) A young plant or animal differing variously in form, features, etc. from the adult
  3. A young person; child or youth
A diminutive of the male given name Thaddeus or Thaddaeus.
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  1. A diminutive of the male given name Thaddeus or Thaddaeus.
  2. A small amount; a little bit.
  3. A little child, esp. a boy
A dialect, also known as Yorkshire, spoken in the county of Yorkshire.
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  1. A dialect, also known as Yorkshire, spoken in the county of Yorkshire.
  2. (Chiefly British) A man considered uncouth or mean; a boor.
  3. A small child, especially a boy.
(Baseball) A player on the team the "Chicago Cubs".
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  1. (Baseball) A player on the team the "Chicago Cubs".
  2. A young fox, wolf, bear, lion, tiger, whale, etc.
  3. One of the young of bears, wolves, lions, pandas, or certain other animals.
People or things regarded as insignificant
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  1. People or things regarded as insignificant
  2. Small children.
A term of endearment, especially toward children.
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  1. A term of endearment, especially toward children.
  2. A child.
(Christian Theol.) Any of the second order of angels, usually ranked just below the seraphim
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  1. (Christian Theol.) Any of the second order of angels, usually ranked just below the seraphim
  2. (Bible) One of the winged heavenly beings that support the throne of God or act as guardian spirits: Ezek. 10
  3. A person, especially a child, with an innocent or chubby face.
A child
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  1. A child
  2. An immature or childish girl
  3. A saucy girl or young woman.
A person regarded as insignificant and pretentious.
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  1. A person regarded as insignificant and pretentious.
  2. An insignificant, esp. young, person who appears impertinent or presumptuous
A person's descendants considered as a group.
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  1. A person's descendants considered as a group.
  2. Children, descendants, or offspring collectively; issue
  3. A child or children of a parent or parents:
A distinct set of copies of an edition of a book distinguished from others of that edition by variations in the printed matter.
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  1. A distinct set of copies of an edition of a book distinguished from others of that edition by variations in the printed matter.
  2. Offspring; progeny:
  3. An item or set of items, as stamps or coins, made available at one time by a business, government, or organization.
A small child.
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  1. A small child.
  2. A child
A cradleboard.
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  1. A cradleboard.
  2. A North American Indian baby
  3. (Often Offensive) A Native American infant or very young child.
Alternative spelling of teenybopper.
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  1. Alternative spelling of teenybopper.
  2. A person, especially a female, in her early teens who follows popular clothing fashions, music trends, and the like.
  3. (Slang) A young teenager, esp. a girl, following the latest fads in fashion, popular music, etc.
(Old Poet.) A young or small nymph
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  1. (Old Poet.) A young or small nymph
  2. A pubescent girl, esp. one who is sexually precocious
  3. A pubescent girl regarded as sexually precocious.
A young offspring of a carnivorous mammal, especially a dog or wolf.
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  1. A young offspring of a carnivorous mammal, especially a dog or wolf.
  2. A child; a youth.
  3. An impudent boy or young man.
Now often specifically, a selfish or spoiled child.
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  1. Now often specifically, a selfish or spoiled child.
  2. A child of a career military person.
  3. (Slang) The son or daughter of a person in a professional community, a particular company, the armed forces, etc., esp. one who has been raised in such a community, company, etc.
A small demon.
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  1. A small demon.
  2. A devil's offspring; young demon
  3. A child; offspring
(Obs.) An elf
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  1. (Obs.) An elf
  2. A playful or mischievous youngster; a scamp.
  3. A child who is poor, ragged, etc. and, often, mischievous or undisciplined
A person who shaves
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  1. A person who shaves
  2. (Informal) A boy; lad
  3. (Informal) A small child, especially a boy.
(Rare, chiefly US) A male given name.
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  1. (Rare, chiefly US) A male given name.
  2. (Informal) Buddy, friend.
  3. Friend; chum. Used as a form of familiar address, especially for a man or boy:
A very young child.
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  1. A very young child.
  2. A person knowing no evil or sin, such as a child
A children's book.
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  1. A children's book.
  2. A young person; child or youth
  3. (Biol.) A young plant or animal differing variously in form, features, etc. from the adult
(Dated) A rag baby; a puppet made of cloth.
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  1. (Dated) A rag baby; a puppet made of cloth.
  2. A young child.
  3. (Informal) A little child
A small child.
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  1. A small child.
  2. A young child
A youth
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  1. A youth
  2. A young animal.
  3. A young person; a child or youth.
One of the young of certain similar animals.
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  1. One of the young of certain similar animals.
  2. (Informal) A child or young person
  3. (Slang) Pal. Used as a term of familiar address, especially for a young person:
A child.
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  1. A child.
  2. (Scot.) A son or daughter; child
A book for young people
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  1. A book for young people
  2. An actor who plays roles of children or young persons.
  3. (Biol.) A young plant or animal differing variously in form, features, etc. from the adult
A child in the earliest period of life, especially before he or she can walk.
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  1. A child in the earliest period of life, especially before he or she can walk.
  2. A person in the state of legal infancy; minor
  3. (Law) A person under the legal age of majority; a minor.
A minor term.
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  1. A minor term.
  2. (Sports) The minor leagues of a sport, especially baseball.
  3. (Logic) A minor premise.
(Informal) Sweetheart; dear. Used as a term of endearment.
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  1. (Informal) Sweetheart; dear. Used as a term of endearment.
  2. (Slang) A young woman, especially one considered sexually attractive.
  3. An innocent or naive person.
A very young child.
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  1. A very young child.
  2. A person, especially a child, who is free of evil or sin.
  3. A simple, guileless, inexperienced, or unsophisticated person.
One who is artless, credulous, or uncritical.
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  1. One who is artless, credulous, or uncritical.
A person who is an offspring, however remote, of a certain ancestor, family, group, etc.
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  1. A person who is an offspring, however remote, of a certain ancestor, family, group, etc.
  2. One whose descent can be traced to a particular individual or group:
  3. A person’s child, grandchild, great-grandchild, or other offspring in the direct line of descent. A person’s child, grandchild, great-grandchild, or other offspring in the direct line of descent.
(Figuratively) Another produce, result of an entity's efforts.
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  1. (Figuratively) Another produce, result of an entity's efforts.
  2. A person's daughter(s) and/or son(s); a person's children.
  3. A descendant or descendants collectively; progeny
Children, descendants, or offspring collectively; issue
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  1. Children, descendants, or offspring collectively; issue
  2. A person's descendants considered as a group.
  3. A child or children of a parent or parents:
(Botany) A detached shoot or bud from a plant that is joined to a rootstock in grafting.
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  1. (Botany) A detached shoot or bud from a plant that is joined to a rootstock in grafting.
  2. A descendant or heir, especially of a wealthy or prominent family:
  3. A descendant; offspring
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