Precocity

Development significantly earlier than normal. Most gifted children show precocious intelligence, but not all who develop skills early are gifted: they may reach a plateau, allowing those of average ability to catch up.

precocity

Unusually early or rapid development of mental or physical traits. ... Origin: see precocious ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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precocity

(pre-kos´ĭ-te) unusually early development of mental or physical traits. adj., preco´cious., adj.
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Precocity

• (n.) The quality or state of being precocious; untimely ripeness; premature development, especially of the mental powers; forwardness.
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precocity

precocity Unusually early development of mental or physical traits before the normal process.
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precocity

Type: Term Pronunciation: prē-kos′i-tē Definitions: 1. Unusually early or rapid development of mental or physical traits.
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precocity

Time in the growth cycle of vine with a certain maturity state of grapes, See under maturation. physiological maturity and Maturity date,
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