Definition of Babyish in English :

Define Babyish in English

Babyish meaning in English

Meaning of Babyish in English

Pronunciation of Babyish in English

Babyish pronunciation in English

Pronounce Babyish in English


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1. babyish

characteristic of a baby

Example Sentences:
'babyish tears and petulance'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


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n. pl. ba·bies
a. A very young child; an infant.
b. An unborn child; a fetus.
c. The youngest member of a family or group.
d. A very young animal.
2. An adult or young person who behaves in an infantile way.
3. Informal
a. A lover or sweetheart.
b. Sweetheart; dear. Used as a term of endearment.
4. Slang An object of personal concern or interest: Keeping the boat in good repair is your baby.
adj. bab·i·er, bab·i·est
1. Of or having to do with a baby.
2. Infantile or childish.
3. Small in comparison with others of the same kind: baby vegetables.
tr.v. ba·bied, ba·by·ing, ba·bies
To pamper like a baby; coddle. See Synonyms at pamper.

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