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Que a categoria em ENGLISH - ALTERNATIVE FORMS
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* childe (archaic)

Que a categoria em ENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY
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From Middle English, from Old English _ċild_ (“child, infant, youth of gentle birth”), from Proto-Germanic _*kelþaz_ (“child in the womb, fruit of the womb, child”), from Proto-Indo-European _*g(')elt-_ (“womb”). Cognate with Danish _kuld_ (“brood, litter”), Swedish _kull_ (“brood, litter”), Icelandic _kelta_, _kjalta_ (“lap”), Gothic

From Middle English, from Old English ċild (child, infant, youth of gentle birth), from Proto-Germanic *kelþaz (child in the womb, fruit of the womb, child), from Proto-Indo-European *g(')elt- (womb). Cognate with Danish kuld (brood, litter), Swedish kull (brood, litter), Icelandic kelta, kjalta (lap), Gothic

Que a categoria em ENGLISH - PRONUNCIATION
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* enPR: chīld, IPA(key): /tʃaɪld/ * Rhymes: -aɪld

  • enPR: chīld, IPA(key): /tʃaɪld/
  • Rhymes: -aɪld

Que a categoria em ENGLISH - NOUN
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CHILD (_plural_ CHILDREN _or_ CHILDER) * A daughter or son; an offspring. _Her CHILD is in 1st grade._ _My youngest CHILD is forty-three._ * (figuratively) An offspring; one born in, or considered a product of the culture of, a place. * 1984, Mary Jane Matz, _The Many Lives of Otto Kahn: A Biography_, page 5: For more than forty years, he preached the creed of art and beauty. He was heir to the ancient wisdom of Israel, a CHILD of Germany, a subject of Great Britain, later an American citizen, but in truth a citizen of the world. * (figuratively) A member of a tribe, a people or a race of beings; one born into or considered a product of a people. * 2009, Edward John Moreton Dunsany, _Tales of Wonder_, page 64: Plash-Goo was of the CHILDREN of the giants, whose sire was Uph. And the lineage of Uph had dwindled in bulk for the last five hundred years, till the giants were now no more than fifteen foot high; but Uph ate elephants […] _The CHILDREN of Israel._ * (figuratively) A thing or abstraction derived from or caused by something. * 1991, _Midnight's Children_, Salman Rushdie (title) _Poverty, disease, and despair are the CHILDREN of war._ * A person who is below the age of adulthood; a minor (person who is below the legal age of responsibility or accountability). _Go easy on him: he is but a CHILD._ * (computing) A data item, process or object which has a subservient or derivative role relative to another data item, process or object. _The CHILD node then stores the actual data of the parent node._ * 2011, John Mongan, ‎Noah Kindler, ‎Eric Giguère, _Programming Interviews Exposed_ The algorithm pops the stack to obtain a new current node when there are no more CHILDREN (when it reaches a leaf). * (obsolete) A female infant; a girl. * Shakespeare A boy or a CHILD, I wonder? SYNONYMS * (daughter or son): boy, fruit of one's loins, girl, kid, offspring * (young person): bairn, boy, brat, girl, kid, lad, lass * See also Wikisaurus:child ANTONYMS * (daughter or son): father, mother, parent * (person below the age of adulthood): adult * (data item, process or object in a subordinate role): parent DERIVED TERMS RELATED TERMS * chield, chiel * childe * Childermas SEE ALSO * orling TRANSLATIONS

child (plural children or childer)

  1. A daughter or son; an offspring.
    Her child is in 1st grade.
    My youngest child is forty-three.
  2. (figuratively) An offspring; one born in, or considered a product of the culture of, a place.
  3. (figuratively) A member of a tribe, a people or a race of beings; one born into or considered a product of a people.
    The children of Israel.
  4. (figuratively) A thing or abstraction derived from or caused by something.
    • 1991, Midnight's Children, Salman Rushdie (title)
    Poverty, disease, and despair are the children of war.
  5. A person who is below the age of adulthood; a minor (person who is below the legal age of responsibility or accountability).
    Go easy on him: he is but a child.
  6. (computing) A data item, process or object which has a subservient or derivative role relative to another data item, process or object.
    The child node then stores the actual data of the parent node.
  7. (obsolete) A female infant; a girl.

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Que a categoria em ENGLISH - REFERENCES
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* _Merriam-Webster's Online Dictionary_ (accessed November 2007). * _American Heritage Dictionary_, Fourth Edition, Houghton Mifflin Company (2003).


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