Child and Minor


Child noun - A young person who is between infancy and adulthood.
Usage example: an imaginative animated film that appeals to adults as well as to children

Minor is a synonym for child in law topic. In some cases you can use "Minor" instead the word "Child" as a noun or an adjective, when it comes to topics like youngster, schoolboy, very young person. popular alternative


Minor noun - A young person of either sex.

Child is a synonym for minor in person topic. You can use "Child" instead the word "Minor" as a noun or an adjective, if it concerns topics such as law, person under legal age of maturity. popular alternative

Nearby Words: minority, Minorite

How words are described

human human child human minor
female female child female minor
normal normal child normal minor
single single child single minor
Other adjectives: small, real, male, black, adult, last, creepy.

Both words in one sentence

  • Raised by Grandparents A character, generally the main character and a child or minor in age, is shown to have missing, dead or otherwise absent parents.
  • While Anna's contribution could be argued to be quite minor compared to Elsa's, the fandom pretty much considers him to be Anna and Elsa's child.
  • Web Video / Fate/Cero Expy: Caster is what happens if you fuse Takahata 101's Nappa and Alucard and make him an Ax-Crazy child murderer who failed Child Psychology with a minor in pain.
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