What are some words associated with "baby"?


There are numerous synonyms for the word "baby," including "infant," "newborn," "tot" and "toddler." There are also many words associated with "baby" that can have differing meanings depending on the context in which they are used.

The word "baby" refers literally to a very young child. Listed below are some of the most common synonyms and phrases associated with this word.

  • Infant
  • Newborn
  • Child
  • Tot
  • Toddler
  • Little One
  • Bairn
  • Sprog

"Baby" can also be used to describe the youngest member of a family or group, and therefore could have very little relation to a person's age. Listed below are some more words of this type.

  • Youngest
  • Junior Member
  • Smallest
  • Littlest
  • The Baby of the Family

"Baby" is also commonly used in the informal sense as a pet name by people engaged in an intimate relationship. Some related words and phrases are listed below. It should be noted that some of these words are very informal.

  • Darling
  • Sweetheart
  • Dearest
  • Dear
  • Honey
  • Sweetie
  • Sugar

"Baby" is also commonly used as an adjective to describe the small size of something. Listed below is a series of words and phrases related to this context of the word.

  • Miniature
  • Mini
  • Little
  • Small
  • Tiny
  • Small-scale
  • Scaled-down

The word can also be used as a verb to refer to when someone overprotects or overindulges someone else. For example: "The mother 'babies' her child with too many sweets and presents."

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