newborn

[adj] - recently borne 2. [adj] - having just or recently arisen or come into existence
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Newborn

New'born` adjective Recently born. Shak.
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newborn

neonatal, neonate ...
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newborn

new-sprung(a) adjective having just or recently arisen or come into existence; `new nations`; `with newborn fears`
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newborn

adjective recently borne; `a newborn infant`
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newborn

(noo┬┤born) recently born; called also neonatal. newborn infant. postmature newborn postmature infant. postterm newborn postterm infant. premature newborn premature infant. preterm newborn ...
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Newborn

• (a.) Recently born. • (a.) Recently born.
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Newborn

A term that refers to a baby from birth through the first 28 days of life. Synonym(s): Neonate
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newborn

Type: Term Pronunciation: nū′bōrn Synonyms: neonatal, neonate
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Newborn

The term for a baby between birth and one month old. Also referred to as the neonatal
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