Definitions for babyhood

This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word babyhood

Princeton's WordNet

  1. infancy, babyhood, early childhood(noun)

    the early stage of growth or development

  2. infancy, babyhood(noun)

    the earliest state of immaturity

Wiktionary

  1. babyhood(Noun)

    The state or period of infancy.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Babyhood(noun)

    the state or period of infancy

Freebase

  1. Babyhood

    Babyhood is the second book by comedian Paul Reiser. It is a follow-up to his first book, Couplehood.

Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of babyhood in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of babyhood in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Maria Montessori:

    There is in every child a painstaking teacher, so skilful that he obtains identical results in all children in all parts of the world. The only language men ever speak perfectly is the one they learn in babyhood, when no one can teach them anything!

  2. Sanjay Wijesekera:

    From birth - when unwashed hands of birth attendants can transmit dangerous pathogens - right through babyhood, school and beyond, hand washing is crucial for a child's health. It is one of the cheapest, simplest, most effective health interventions we have.

  3. Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna of Russia:

    A moment later I remembered that the young woman having spent five years in Germany, would naturally have learnt the language, but then I heard that when she was rescued from that canal in 1920, she spoke nothing but German – when she spoke at all- which was not often. I readily admit that a ghastly horror experienced in one’s youth can work havoc with one’s memory but I have never heard of any ghastly experience endowing anyone with a knowledge they had not had before it happened. My nieces knew no German at all. Mrs Anderson did not seem to understand a word of Russian or English, the two languages all the four sisters had spoken since babyhood. French came a little later, but German was never spoken in the family.

  4. Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna of Russia:

    A moment later I remembered that the young woman having spent five years in Germany, would naturally have learnt the language, but then I heard that when she was rescued from that canal in 1920, she spoke nothing but German – when she spoke at all- which was not often. I readily admit that a ghastly horror experienced in one’s youth can work havoc with one’s memory but I have never heard of any ghastly experience endowing anyone with a knowledge they had not had before it happened. My nieces knew no German at all. Mrs Anderson did not seem to understand a word of Russian or English, the two languages all the four sisters had spoken since babyhood. French came a little later, but German was never spoken in the family.

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