Associations to the word «Baby»
BABY, noun. A very young human, particularly from birth to a couple of years old or until walking is fully mastered.
BABY, noun. Any very young animal, especially a vertebrate; many species have specific names for their babies, such as kittens for the babies of cats, puppies for the babies of dogs, and chicks for the babies of birds. See for more.
BABY, noun. Unborn young; a fetus.
BABY, noun. A person who is immature or infantile.
BABY, noun. A term of endearment for a girlfriend or boyfriend or spouse.
BABY, noun. (informal) A form of address to a man or a woman considered to be attractive.
BABY, noun. A pet project or responsibility.
BABY, noun. The lastborn of a family.
BABY, noun. An affectionate term for anything.
BABY, noun. (archaic) A small image of an infant; a doll.
BABY, adjective. Of a child: very young; of the age when he or she would be termed a baby or infant.
BABY, adjective. Of an animal: young.
BABY, adjective. Intended for babies.
BABY, adjective. (of vegetables, etc.) Picked when small and immature (as in baby corn, baby potatoes).
BABY, verb. (transitive) To coddle; to pamper somebody like an infant.
BABY ALARM, noun. A baby monitor.
BABY ALARMS, noun. Plural of baby alarm
BABY BAT, noun. (slang) A fledgling member of the goth subculture.
BABY BATS, noun. Plural of baby bat
BABY BATTER, noun. (slang) (vulgar) semen
BABY BEEF, noun. Grain-fed cattle (especially Aberdeen Angus) slaughtered while still relatively young
BABY BEEF, noun. The meat from such cattle
BABY BELL, noun. (US) (telecommunication) (informal) Any of the Regional Bell Operating Companies resulting from the division of AT&T Corporation into a number of smaller companies in the 1980s as part of an antitrust agreement.
BABY BELLS, noun. Plural of Baby Bell
BABY BLUE, noun. A pale blue color.
BABY BLUE, adjective. Of a pale blue color.
BABY BLUES, noun. (uncountable) Period and feeling of depressiveness after giving birth; a less severe form of postnatal depression.
BABY BLUES, noun. (idiomatic) (in the plural) Blue eyes.
BABY BOK CHOY, noun. A type of bok choy with greener leafage and is consumed mainly in the Eastern parts of China, notably Shanghai from which its alternative name, Shanghai bok choy, is originated.
BABY BOND, noun. (US) any bond, issued with a value less than $1,000, intended for small investors
BABY BONUS, noun. A tax credit or payment to families with children, offered by the governments of some countries (including Canada and Australia)
BABY BOOK, noun. A book containing photographs and written records of a child's development
BABY BOOKS, noun. Plural of baby book
BABY BOOM, noun. (singulare tantum) The increase in the birth rate following the return of servicemen at the end of World War II.
BABY BOOM, noun. Any similar increase in the birth rate.
BABY BOOMER, noun. A person born in the postwar years (generally considered in the USA and other Allied countries as between 1945 and the early 1960s), when there was an increase in the birth rate following the return of servicemen at the end of World War II.
BABY BOOMERS, noun. Plural of baby boomer
BABY BOOMS, noun. Plural of baby boom
BABY BOTTLE, noun. A bottle equipped with a teat, used for feeding infants.
BABY BOUNCER, noun. Any of various devices in which a baby may be secured whilst allowing it to move the device up and down, or from side to side
BABY BOUZOUKI, noun. Synonym of baglamas.
BABY BOUZOUKIS, noun. Plural of baby bouzouki
BABY BOY, noun. A very young male human being, from birth to a couple of years old.
BABY BOY, noun. A man who is immature or infantile.
BABY BOY, noun. A term of endearment for a male child.
BABY BOYS, noun. Plural of baby boy
BABY BRAIN, noun. (informal) A state in which a new mother is forgetful, absentminded, or easily distracted.
BABY BUGGIES, noun. Plural of baby buggy
BABY BUGGY, noun. A wheeled chair for the transport of a baby or infant.
BABY BUMP, noun. (informal) visible signs of pregnancy, noticeable abdominal swelling in a pregnant woman.
BABY BUMPS, noun. Plural of baby bump
BABY BUST, noun. A decrease in the birthrate.
BABY CARRIAGE, noun. A cart that is designed for moving a baby around in a lying position
BABY CARRIAGES, noun. Plural of baby carriage
BABY CARROT, noun. A carrot harvested and sold when immature and of a small size.
BABY CARROT, noun. A small piece cut from a larger carrot.
BABY CARROTS, noun. Plural of baby carrot
BABY COLIC, noun. A condition in which an otherwise healthy baby cries or screams frequently and for extended periods without any discernible reason.
BABY CORN, noun. Young state of the maize crop.
BABY CORNS, noun. Plural of baby corn
BABY DADDIES, noun. Plural of baby daddy
BABY DADDY, noun. (slang) (US) Father of child in common, particularly unmarried.
BABY DICK, noun. (slang) (vulgar) An extremely small penis
BABY DICK, noun. (slang) (vulgar) A man with an extremely small penis, usually used as a disparaging form of address
BABY DICKS, noun. Plural of baby dick
BABY DOLL, noun. A child's doll designed to look like a baby.
BABY DOLL, noun. (chiefly US) A young attractive woman; sweetheart, darling.
BABY DOLL, noun. A style of women's nightdress.
BABY DOLLS, noun. Plural of baby doll
BABY DUCK SYNDROME, noun. (humorous) The tendency of computer users to always think the system (software or usage paradigm) they originally started using is better.
BABY DYKE, noun. (gay slang) A young lesbian.
BABY DYKES, noun. Plural of baby dyke
BABY FACE, noun. A face resembling that of a baby; a youthful face.
BABY FACE, noun. A person having such a face, esp. a young man having a beardless appearance, often used in a derisive manner.
BABY FACE, noun. (professional wrestling slang) In professional wrestling, the headlining wrestler who is a good guy, especially one who is handsome and well-conditioned.
BABY FACED, adjective. Alternative spelling of baby-faced
BABY FACES, noun. Plural of baby face
BABY FARM, noun. A place where the nourishment and care of babies are offered for hire.
BABY FARMER, noun. One who keeps a baby farm.
BABY FARMERS, noun. Plural of baby farmer
BABY FARMING, noun. The business of keeping a baby farm.
BABY FARMS, noun. Plural of baby farm
BABY FAT, noun. The natural fat on the body of a child or young animal that normally disappears at adolescence.
BABY FAT, noun. The bodyfat gained by a woman during pregnancy.
BABY FEVER, noun. (slang) (humorous or pejorative) An urgent desire to have a baby or grandchild.
BABY FOOD, noun. A food designed for babies, usually of very soft consistency.
BABY FOODS, noun. Plural of baby food
BABY FORMULA, noun. An artificial substitute for human breast milk, designed for consumption by babies.
BABY GIRL, noun. A female baby
BABY GIRL, noun. (sometimes affectionate) (sometimes pejorative) address for a woman
BABY GRAND, noun. (musical instruments) a small grand piano
BABY GRAND PIANO, noun. A small grand piano
BABY GRANDS, noun. Plural of baby grand
BABY GRAVY, noun. (slang) (vulgar) semen
BABY JUMPER, noun. A hoop suspended by an elastic strap, in which a young child may be held secure while amusing itself by jumping on the floor.
BABY LISTENING, noun. A service, offered by some hotels, of the use of a baby monitor in a guest's room.
BABY MACHINE, noun. (derogatory) A woman, regarded as somebody whose sole purpose is to bear children.
BABY MAMA, noun. (US) (slang) Mother of child in common, particularly unmarried.
BABY MAMAS, noun. Plural of baby mama
BABY MASSAGE, noun. A type of complementary and alternative treatment that uses massage therapy for human infants.
BABY MONITOR, noun. An intercom system that enables a person to remotely detect sounds of distress from a baby; a baby alarm.
BABY MONITOR, noun. A device used to measure the vital signs of a baby.
BABY MONITORS, noun. Plural of baby monitor
BABY OF THE FAMILY, noun. The youngest member of an immediate family.
BABY OF THE FAMILY, noun. A member of an immediate family who behaves as, or is treated as though they were the youngest member of a family.
BABY OF THE FAMILY, noun. An adult member of an immediate family who is treated by others in the family, especially the parents, as though they were a child.
BABY OIL, noun. A mineral oil used primarily to moisten the skin of babies after bathing
BABY OILS, noun. Plural of baby oil
BABY PINK, noun. A pale pink colour.
BABY PINK, adjective. Of a pale pink colour.
BABY POWDER, noun. An astringent powder used for preventing diaper rash, as a deodorant, and for other cosmetic uses.
BABY POWDERS, noun. Plural of baby powder
BABY RABIES, noun. (slang) (humorous or pejorative) An urgent desire to have a baby or grandchild.
BABY ROSE, noun. A species of rose, Rosa multiflora, from eastern Asia, noted for its multiple small buds on each stem.
BABY SEAT, noun. A car safety restraint designed for infants and young children.
BABY SHAMPOO, noun. A shampoo formulated to cause less irritation than normal shampoo if it gets into a person's eyes.
BABY SHAMPOOS, noun. Plural of baby shampoo
BABY SHOW, noun. (television) (nonstandard) (sometimes derogatory) A television series or television program aimed primarily to be viewed by infant.
BABY SHOW, noun. Used in literal contexts: see baby, show.
BABY SHOWER, noun. A party celebrating the pending or recent birth of a child, involving guests giving gifts (typically babycare items) to the parent(s).
BABY SHOWERS, noun. Plural of baby shower
BABY SHOWS, noun. Plural of baby show
BABY SHOWS, noun. Used in literal contexts: see baby, shows.
BABY SITTER, noun. (rare) Alternative spelling of babysitter
BABY SITTERS, noun. Plural of baby sitter
BABY SITTING, noun. Alternative spelling of babysitting
BABY SITTINGS, noun. Plural of baby sitting
BABY SNATCHING, noun. The kidnapping of a baby.
BABY STEP, noun. A small effort made towards the completion of a much larger task.
BABY STEPS, noun. Plural of baby step
BABY TALK, noun. (linguistics) The form of speech used by adults in talking to very young children.
BABY TEE, noun. A T-shirt designed to be worn by babies
BABY TEE, noun. A short T-shirt designed to be worn by young ladies
BABY TEETH, noun. Plural of baby tooth
BABY TOOTH, noun. A tooth which will be replaced as a child ages, as opposed to an adult permanent tooth; a milk tooth
BABY UP, verb. (idiomatic) (transitive) to treat as a baby.
BABY VAMP, noun. (literal) A young vampire.
BABY VAMP, noun. (dated) An attractive and popular young woman.
BABY WALKER, noun. A device in which a baby sits in a harness within a wheeled frame that supports it whilst walking
BABY WALKERS, noun. Plural of baby walker
BABY WIPE, noun. Wet wipe
BABY WRANGLER, noun. A person who makes children react to the drama of a scene during the filming of a commercial, television program or film. They may use noise makers or create games to make the child act naturally.
BABY WRANGLERS, noun. Plural of baby wrangler
BABY, noun. 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".
BABY, noun. The youngest member of a group (not necessarily young); "the baby of the family"; "the baby of the Supreme Court".
BABY, noun. An immature childish person; "he remained a child in practical matters as long as he lived"; "stop being a baby!".
BABY, noun. 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".
BABY, noun. (slang) sometimes used as a term of address for attractive young women.
BABY, noun. A very young mammal; "baby rabbits".
BABY, noun. A project of personal concern to someone; "this project is his baby".
BABY, verb. Treat with excessive indulgence; "grandparents often pamper the children"; "Let's not mollycoddle our students!".
It is better wither to be silent, or to say things of more value than silence. Sooner throw a pearl at hazard than an idle or useless word; and do not say a little in many words, but a great deal in a few.