infant

Infant vs Resident - What's the difference?

infant | resident |


As nouns the difference between infant and resident

is that infant is a very young human being, from birth to somewhere between six months and two years of age, needing almost constant care and/or attention while resident is resident.

As verbs the difference between infant and resident

is that infant is (obsolete) to bear or bring forth (a child); to produce, in general while resident is .

Nursling vs Infant - What's the difference?

nursling | infant |


As nouns the difference between nursling and infant

is that nursling is a young child or animal being nursed while infant is a very young human being, from birth to somewhere between six months and two years of age, needing almost constant care and/or attention.

As a verb infant is

(obsolete) to bear or bring forth (a child); to produce, in general.

Infant vs Faint - What's the difference?

infant | faint |


As nouns the difference between infant and faint

is that infant is a very young human being, from birth to somewhere between six months and two years of age, needing almost constant care and/or attention while faint is the act of fainting.

As verbs the difference between infant and faint

is that infant is (obsolete) to bear or bring forth (a child); to produce, in general while faint is to lose consciousness caused by a lack of oxygen or nutrients to the brain, usually as a result of a suddenly reduced blood flow (may be caused by emotional trauma, loss of blood or various medical conditions).

As an adjective faint is

lacking strength; weak; languid; inclined to swoon; as, faint with fatigue, hunger, or thirst.

Postneonatal vs Infant - What's the difference?

postneonatal | infant |


As an adjective postneonatal

is describing the period following the neonatal period; typically between a month and a year after birth.

As a noun infant is

a very young human being, from birth to somewhere between six months and two years of age, needing almost constant care and/or attention.

As a verb infant is

(obsolete) to bear or bring forth (a child); to produce, in general.

Infant vs Dog - What's the difference?

infant | dog |


As nouns the difference between infant and dog

is that infant is a very young human being, from birth to somewhere between six months and two years of age, needing almost constant care and/or attention while dog is a mammal, canis lupus familiaris , that has been domesticated for thousands of years, of highly variable appearance due to human breeding.

As verbs the difference between infant and dog

is that infant is (obsolete) to bear or bring forth (a child); to produce, in general while dog is to pursue with the intent to catch.

Tomato vs Infant - What's the difference?

tomato | infant |


As nouns the difference between tomato and infant

is that tomato is tomato while infant is a very young human being, from birth to somewhere between six months and two years of age, needing almost constant care and/or attention.

As a verb infant is

(obsolete) to bear or bring forth (a child); to produce, in general.

Childish vs Infant - What's the difference?

childish | infant |


As an adjective childish

is of or suitable for a child.

As a noun infant is

a very young human being, from birth to somewhere between six months and two years of age, needing almost constant care and/or attention.

As a verb infant is

(obsolete) to bear or bring forth (a child); to produce, in general.

Nascent vs Infant - What's the difference?

nascent | infant |


As an adjective nascent

is emerging; just coming into existence.

As a noun infant is

a very young human being, from birth to somewhere between six months and two years of age, needing almost constant care and/or attention.

As a verb infant is

(obsolete) to bear or bring forth (a child); to produce, in general.

Infer vs Infant - What's the difference?

infer | infant |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between infer and infant

is that infer is (obsolete) to introduce (a subject) in speaking, writing etc; to bring in while infant is (obsolete) to bear or bring forth (a child); to produce, in general.

As verbs the difference between infer and infant

is that infer is to introduce (something) as a reasoned conclusion; to conclude by reasoning or deduction, as from premises or evidence while infant is (obsolete) to bear or bring forth (a child); to produce, in general.

As a noun infant is

a very young human being, from birth to somewhere between six months and two years of age, needing almost constant care and/or attention.

Infant vs Dinner - What's the difference?

infant | dinner |


As nouns the difference between infant and dinner

is that infant is a very young human being, from birth to somewhere between six months and two years of age, needing almost constant care and/or attention while dinner is a midday meal (in a context in which the evening meal is called supper or tea).

As a verb infant

is (obsolete) to bear or bring forth (a child); to produce, in general.

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