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childchild, v. i. [imp. & p. p. childed; p. pr. & vb. n. childing.] to give birth; to produce young. this queen genissa childing died. it chanced within two days they childed both.child child (chīld), n.; pl. children (ch&ibreve;l"dr&ebreve;n). [as. cild, pl. cildru; cf. goth. kil?ei womb, in-kil?ō with child.] 1. a son or a daughter; a male or female descendant, in the first degree; the immediate progeny of human parents; -- in law, legitimate offspring. used also of animals and plants. 2. a descendant, however remote; -- used esp. in the plural; as, the children of israel; the children of edom. 3. one who, by character of practice, shows signs of relationship to, or of the influence of, another; one closely connected with a place, occupation, character, etc.; as, a child of god; a child of the devil; a child of disobedience; a child of toil; a child of the people. 4. a noble youth. see childe. [obs.] 5. a young person of either sex. esp. one between infancy and youth; hence, one who exhibits the characteristics of a very young person, as innocence, obedience, trustfulness, limited understanding, etc. when i was child. i spake as a child, i understood as a child, i thought as a child; but when i became a man, i put away childish things. --1. cor. xii. 11. 6. a female infant. [obs.] a boy or a child, i wonder?   similar words(14) 

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(v. i.)

To give birth; to produce young.  

(n.)

One who, by character of practice, shows signs of relationship to, or of the influence of, another; one closely connected with a place, occupation, character, etc.; as, a child of God; a child of the devil; a child of disobedience; a child of toil; a child of the people.  

(n.)

A young person of either sex. esp. one between infancy and youth; hence, one who exhibits the characteristics of a very young person, as innocence, obedience, trustfulness, limited understanding, etc.  

(n.)

A son or a daughter; a male or female descendant, in the first degree; the immediate progeny of human parents; -- in law, legitimate offspring. used also of animals and plants.  

(n.)

A noble youth. see Childe.  

(n.)

A female infant.  

(n.)

A descendant, however remote; -- used esp. in the plural; as, the children of Israel; the children of Edom.  

OriginFrom Shakespeare's king Lear

OriginFrom the Bible, old testament proverbs 13-24 - He that spareth his rod hateth his son.

Noun1. a young person of either sex; "she writes books for children"; "they're just kids"; "`tiddler' is a british term for youngsters" (synonym) kid, youngster, minor, shaver, nipper, small fry, tiddler, tike, tyke, fry, nestling (hypernym) juvenile, juvenile person (hyponym) bairn (part-meronym) child's body2. a human offspring (son or daughter) of any age; "they had three children"; "they were able to send their kids to college" (synonym) kid (antonym) parent (hypernym) offspring, progeny, issue (hyponym) army brat (member-holonym) family, family unit3. an immature childish person; "he remained a child in practical matters as long as he lived"; "stop being a baby!" (synonym) baby (hypernym) person, individual, someone, somebody, mortal, human, soul4. a member of a clan or tribe; "the children of Israel" (hypernym) descendant, descendent

páiste (pl. páistí) m., leanbh (pl. leanaí) m., paisde, gasúr m.

Bachgen = n. a boy, a child

Plentyn = n. a child, a baby



daughter

A member in the next lower level in a hierarchy that is directly related to the current member. for example, in a time dimension containing the levels Quarter, Month, and Day, january is a child of Qtr1.

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A child (plural: children) is primarily a boy or girl who has not reached puberty. However, some youth reach puberty earlier or later than expected. It is because of this, as well as the varying degrees of mental development, that a youth is often defined as a child by either psychological or chronological age rather than biological. the term also refers to offspring of any age; adults remain the children of their parents, no matter what their age. It can be applied to non-human offspring, as in the child node of a tree.

parvulus, liber

We must nurture our dreams like we would a child. they are God-given and just as precious. without ambition how would a child learn to ride a bicycle, play an instrument or whistle? We deny the spirit of god when we as adults settle for less than our dreams!   

the dream is a fragment of the abandoned psychic life of the child.  

fear of motherhood

fear of Children

the downturned right palm is extended before the body, as if resting on a child's head.

this word has considerable latitude of meaning in Scripture. thus joseph is called a child at the time when he was probably about sixteen years of age (Gen. 37:3); and benjamin is so called when he was above thirty years (44:20). solomon called himself a little child when he came to the kingdom (1 kings 3:7). the descendants of a man, however remote, are called his children; as, "the children of Edom," "the children of Moab," "the children of Israel." In the earliest times mothers did not wean their children till they were from thirty months to three years old; and the day on which they were weaned was kept as a festival day (Gen. 21:8; Ex. 2:7, 9; 1 Sam. 1:22-24; Matt. 21:16). At the age of five, children began to learn the arts and duties of life under the care of their fathers (Deut. 6:20-25; 11:19). To have a numerous family was regarded as a mark of divine favour (Gen. 11:30; 30:1; 1 Sam. 2:5; 2 Sam. 6:23; Ps. 127:3; 128:3). figuratively the name is used for those who are ignorant or narrow-minded (Matt. 11:16; luke 7:32; 1 Cor. 13:11). "When I was a child, I spake as a child." "Brethren, be not children in understanding" (1 Cor. 14:20). "That we henceforth be no more children, tossed to and fro" (Eph. 4:14). children are also spoken of as representing simplicity and humility (Matt. 19:13-15; mark 10:13-16; luke 18:15-17). believers are "children of light" (Luke 16:8; 1 Thess. 5:5) and "children of obedience" (1 Pet. 1:14).

Common misspellings

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    • shild
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Anagrams

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  • child
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Word analysis of child

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Vocalschild
Consonantschild
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