Denoting something in an early stage of its development
the infant science of bioelectrical medicine
A person who has not attained legal majority
baby: a very young child (birth to 1 year) who has not yet begun to walk or talk; "the baby began to cry again"; "she held the baby in her arms"; "it sounds simple, but when you have your own baby it is all so different"
(infancy) the early stage of growth or development
An infant or baby is the very young offspring of humans. A newborn is an infant who is within hours, days, or up to a few weeks from birth. ...
A very young human being, from birth to somewhere between six months and two years of age, needing almost constant care and/or attention; A minor
(9. INFANTS) Infants must be under the age of two years on date of return. An administration charge of £75 will be made for each infant. There is also an airport transfer charge or rail station transfer charge should this be required. Baby / Child seat are provided free of charge.
(Infants) Babies below the age of one year are called infants.
(Infants) FR, Vol. 59, No. 238, Dec. 12, 1994: the age from 1 month to 2 years.
(Infants) To dream of seeing a newly born infant, denotes pleasant surprises are nearing you. For a young woman to dream she has an infant, foretells she will be accused of indulgence in immoral pastime. To see an infant swimming, portends a fortunate escape from some entanglement.
(infants (up to 2 years old)) fear of falling, loud noises, strangers
(infants) (in childhood disease and disorder: Respiratory disorders)
(Infancy) The period from birth to 12 months.
(28. INFANCY) You attest that you are of legal age to enter into this Agreement.
(Infancy) Touch is the main sense that the infant responds to. Tactile defensive infants often appear as irritable babies. Often they will not enjoy being carried, seeming to push away, as if very “independent. ...
(infancy) (1) BABY TIME-PERIOD, where the second sign is T-HOUR. (2) BABY BABY-GROW, where the second sign is (2h)[B], POs ><, FOs away, hand slowly separate further to show a baby growing as it is lying down.
(infancy) the period that extends from birth through 2 years of age. (115)
A person who is a minor, under the age of eighteen, and thus incapable of the independent judgment necessary to undertake a legal obligation.
A person who has not reached legal majority, usually 18 years of age. Also, referred to as a ?minor,? or unemancipated child.
A child through 12 months.
The legal term for a person under 18, used particularly in family law and civil actions (q.v.).
A person not of full age; a minor.
children aged between 0 and 2, which travels at the kness of its parents in the plane. The price of an air ticket for infants is 10% of a standard tariff
In international terminology, usually a child from 0-12 months of age.
A child; variously defined as aged from birth to 12 months, seven years, and even (in some legal applications) as old as 21 years.