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acculturate to instill in (a growing child) the culture and values of a particular society. [1/3 definitions]
adopt to become by law a parent of (a child who is not one's own offspring), or to accept responsibility for an animal as a pet. [1/3 definitions]
adoptable able to be adopted; able to be officially accepted or taken on as one's own, esp. as one's own child or one's pet.
adoption the act or fact of becoming the legal parent of another person's child, or the act or condition of being thus adopted as another's child. [1/2 definitions]
baby a newly-born or very young child in the first stages of development; infant. [1/12 definitions]
bairn (chiefly Scottish) a child.
bambino an image of Jesus Christ as a child. [1/2 definitions]
bastard a child of unmarried parents; illegitimate child. [1/4 definitions]
birth the act of bearing a child; parturition. [1/4 definitions]
boy a male child or adolescent. [1/4 definitions]
brat an annoying, spoiled, or badly behaved child.
caregiver a person, such as a family member or foster parent, who is responsible for the care of a child or dependent adult. [1/2 definitions]
cherub a heavenly being, esp. one of the second order of angels, usu. represented as a winged child with a chubby face and rosy cheeks. [2 definitions]
chick a young child. [1/3 definitions]
childbearing the process of conceiving, carrying, and giving birth to a child. [1/2 definitions]
childbed the condition of a woman as she gives birth to a child.
childbirth the act or occasion of giving birth to a child; parturition.
childhood the period or state of being a child.
childish typical of or appropriate for a child. [1/2 definitions]
childlike like or appropriate to a child, esp. in simplicity, openness, or innocence.
children pl. of child.