neonate, newborn, newborn infant, newborn babyadjective
a baby from birth to four weeks
"a newborn infant"
having just or recently arisen or come into existence
"new nations"; "with newborn fears"
A baby recently born, usually less than one month old; a neonate.
A recently born baby.
born anew, reborn.
Newborn is a town in Newton County, Georgia, United States. The population was 520 at the 2000 census.
A baby or animal following birth.
Newborn babies and animals are so beautiful to see and cuddle.Submitted by MaryC on January 25, 2020
The numerical value of newborn in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of newborn in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
The frequency and severity of the lesions makes it important every newborn suspected of Zika infection to have the the back of the eye examined by an ophthalmologist, it is possible some newborns that were infected by Zika and born without microcephaly could have ocular lesions.
A family member opened the DVD thinking it was a video of her sister’s newborn baby, then she watched it and freaked out. She had nightmares for years.
A stranger offered to hold her newborn while she sat on the floor, there in the airplane aisle. She was holding her dog and rocking back and forth. Her daughter was also crying.
With this study we were able to verify that women who could not conceive due to uterine fibroids, once subjected to embolization, could have a normal pregnancy with a live newborn.
I started being interested in screams when a friend of mine told me that the sound of his newborn's screams was literally hijacking his brain, and I wondered what makes screams so efficient as an alarm signal.
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- [[recién]] [[nacido]]Spanish
- noa-vreyit, noa-verht, noa-ruggitManx
- pasgeborene, neonatus, neonaat, pasgeboren, boreling, nieuwgeboreneDutch
- nyføddNorwegian Nynorsk
- nou-născută, nou-născutRomanian
- novorođenče, rođenče, рођенче, новорођенчеSerbo-Croatian
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