Babies: definitions, synonyms, antonyms, examples and more!

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Meanings Frequency Definitions Examples Parts of Speech Hypernym Usage
baby 16 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 Noun child No Data
babe 6 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 Noun child No Data
infant 3 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 Noun child No Data
coddle 2 Treat with excessive indulgence grandparents often pamper the children, “Let’s not mollycoddle our students!” Verb treat No Data
pamper 1 Treat with excessive indulgence grandparents often pamper the children, “Let’s not mollycoddle our students!” Verb treat No Data
baby 1 The youngest member of a group (not necessarily young) the baby of the family, the baby of the Supreme Court Noun offspring No Data
child 1 An immature childish person he remained a child in practical matters as long as he lived, stop being a baby! Noun person No Data
spoil 0 Treat with excessive indulgence grandparents often pamper the children, “Let’s not mollycoddle our students!” Verb treat No Data
mollycoddle 0 Treat with excessive indulgence grandparents often pamper the children, “Let’s not mollycoddle our students!” Verb treat No Data
baby 0 Treat with excessive indulgence grandparents often pamper the children, “Let’s not mollycoddle our students!” Verb treat No Data
cocker 0 Treat with excessive indulgence grandparents often pamper the children, “Let’s not mollycoddle our students!” Verb treat No Data
cosset 0 Treat with excessive indulgence grandparents often pamper the children, “Let’s not mollycoddle our students!” Verb treat No Data
baby 0 A very young mammal baby rabbits Noun young mammal No Data
featherbed 0 Treat with excessive indulgence grandparents often pamper the children, “Let’s not mollycoddle our students!” Verb treat No Data
baby 0 A project of personal concern to someone this project is his baby Noun undertaking No Data
sister 0 (slang) sometimes used as a term of address for attractive young women No Data Noun girl Slang
babe 0 (slang) sometimes used as a term of address for attractive young women No Data Noun girl Slang
baby 0 (slang) sometimes used as a term of address for attractive young women No Data Noun girl Slang
baby 0 An unborn child; a human fetus I felt healthy and very feminine carrying the baby, it was great to feel my baby moving about inside Noun fetus No Data
baby 0 An immature childish person he remained a child in practical matters as long as he lived, stop being a baby! Noun person No Data
indulge 0 Treat with excessive indulgence grandparents often pamper the children, “Let’s not mollycoddle our students!” Verb treat No Data
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How many meanings does the word "Babies" have?

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The word "Babies" has 21 meanings. The most frequent meaning is baby.

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What are the hyponyms for the word "Babies"?

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The word "Babies" has 472 hyponyms which are: army brat, baby, female offspring, male offspring, stepchild, brutalize, criminalize, do well by, gloss over, handle with kid gloves, ignore, mistreat, mock, nurse, pamper, ride roughshod, rough-house, strong-arm, upstage, wrong, bastard, child, firstborn, grandchild, successor, abator, abjurer, abomination, abstainer, achiever, acquaintance, acquirer, active, actor, adjudicator, admirer, adoptee, adult, adventurer, adversary, advisee, advocate, affiant, african, agnostic, amateur, amerindian, ancient, anomaly, anti-american, anti, applicant, appointee, appreciator, apprehender, aquarius, archaist, aries, arrogator, assessee, asthmatic, authority, autodidact, baby boomer, baby buster, bad guy, bad person, baldhead, balker, bather, beard, bedfellow, bereaved, best, birth, biter, black, blogger, blond, bluecoat, bodybuilder, bomber, brunet, bullfighter, buster, cancer, candidate, capitalist, capricorn, captor, case, cashier, celebrant, censor, chameleon, changer, charmer, chutzpanik, closer, clumsy person, collector, color-blind person, combatant, commoner, communicator, complexifier, compulsive, computer user, contemplative, contestant, convert, copycat, counter, counterterrorist, coward, crawler, creator, creature, creditor, cripple, dancer, dead person, deaf person, debaser, debtor, defecator, delayer, deliverer, demander, dieter, differentiator, disentangler, disputant, dissenter, divider, domestic partner, double, dresser, dribbler, drug user, dyslectic, ectomorph, effecter, elizabethan, emotional person, endomorph, engineer, enjoyer, enrollee, entertainer, ethnic, experimenter, expert, explorer, extrovert, face, faddist, faller, fastener, female, fiduciary, first-rater, follower, free agent, friend, fugitive, gainer, gambler, gatekeeper, gatherer, gemini, gentile, good guy, good person, granter, greeter, grinner, groaner, grunter, guesser, handicapped person, hater, heterosexual, homosexual, homunculus, hope, hoper, huddler, hugger, immune, individualist, inhabitant, innocent, insured, intellectual, interpreter, introvert, jat, jew, jewel, jumper, junior, juvenile, killer, kink, kneeler, knocker, knower, large person, latin, laugher, leader, learner, left-hander, leo, libra, life, lightning rod, linguist, literate, liver, longer, loose cannon, loved one, lover, machine, mailer, malcontent, male, man, man jack, manipulator, married, masturbator, measurer, mesomorph, mestizo, middlebrow, miracle man, misogamist, mixed-blood, modern, money handler, monolingual, mother hen, mouse, mutilator, namer, namesake, national, native, neglecter, neighbor, neutral, nondescript, nonmember, nonparticipant, nonpartisan, nonperson, nonreligious person, nonresident, nonsmoker, nonworker, nude, nurser, occultist, optimist, orphan, ostrich, ouster, outcaste, outdoorsman, owner, pamperer, pansexual, pardoner, partner, party, passer, peer, perceiver, percher, person of color, personage, personification, perspirer, philosopher, picker, pisces, pisser, planner, player, posturer, powderer, precursor, preserver, primitive, propositus, public relations person, pursuer, pussycat, quarter, quitter, radical, realist, rectifier, redhead, registrant, relative, reliever, religious person, repeater, rescuer, rester, restrainer, revenant, rich person, right-hander, riser, romper, roundhead, ruler, rusher, sagittarius, scientist, scorpio, scratcher, second-rater, seeder, seeker, segregate, self, sensualist, sentimentalist, sex object, sex symbol, shaker, showman, signer, simpleton, six-footer, skidder, slav, slave, sleepyhead, sloucher, small person, smasher, smiler, sneezer, sniffer, sniffler, snuffer, snuffler, socializer, sort, sounding board, sphinx, spitter, sport, sprawler, spurner, squinter, stifler, stigmatic, stooper, stranger, struggler, subject, supernumerary, surrenderer, survivalist, survivor, suspect, tagger, tapper, taurus, tempter, termer, terror, testator, thin person, third-rater, thrower, tiger, totemist, toucher, transfer, transsexual, transvestite, traveler, trier, turner, tyrant, undoer, unfortunate, unskilled person, unwelcome person, user, vanisher, victim, victorian, virgo, visionary, visually impaired person, waiter, waker, walk-in, wanter, ward, warrior, watcher, weakling, weasel, white, wiggler, winker, withholder, witness, worker, worldling, yawner, bullock, calf, cub, fawn, foal, heifer, kit, kitten, lamb, piglet, pup, suckling, wolf pup, adventure, assignment, cinch, enterprise, labor of love, marathon, no-brainer, proposition, tall order, venture, belle, bimbo, chachka, chit, colleen, dame, flapper, gal, gamine, gibson girl, lass, maid, may queen, mill-girl, party girl, peri, ring girl, rosebud, sex kitten, shop girl, soubrette, sweater girl, tomboy, valley girl, working girl, abortus, monster.

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Is the word "Babies" very frequent in Wordnet’s lexical database?

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The word "Babies" has a maximum frequency of 16.

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What are the synonyms for the word "Babies"?

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The word "Babies" has no synonyms.

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