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Pronunciation of Babyhood: Learn how to pronounce Babyhood in English correctly

Learn how to say Babyhood correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word baby:

noun (plural babies)
1a very young child:
his wife’s just had a baby
[as modifier]:
a baby girl
a very young animal:
bats only have one baby a year
[as modifier]:
baby rabbits
the youngest member of a family or group:
Clara was the baby of the family
a timid or childish person:
‘Don’t be such a baby!’ she said witheringly
(one’s baby) informal one’s particular responsibility or concern:
‘This is your baby, Gerry,’ she said, handing him the brief
2 informal a lover or spouse (often as a form of address):
my baby left me for another guy
a thing regarded with affection or familiarity:
this baby can reach speeds of 120 mph
adjective
[attributive]
comparatively small or immature of its kind:
a baby version of the Oxford Movement
(of vegetables) picked before reaching their usual size:
baby carrots
verb (babies, babying, babied)
[with object]
treat (someone) as a baby; pamper or be overprotective towards:
her aunt babied her and fussed over her clothes
Phrases

throw the baby out with the bathwater

discard something valuable along with other things that are undesirable.
Derivatives

babyhood

noun
Origin:

late Middle English: probably imitative of an infant’s first attempts at speech: