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Noun
/ˈCHīldˌho͝od/,
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childhoods, plural;
  1. The state of being a child
    • - the idealized world of childhood
  2. The period during which a person is a child
    • - she spent her childhood in Pennsylvania
    • - a childhood friend

  1. the time of person's life when they are a child
  2. the state of a child between infancy and adolescence
  3. Childhood is the age span ranging from birth to adolescence. In developmental psychology, childhood is divided up into the developmental stages of toddlerhood (learning to walk), early childhood (play age), middle childhood (school age), and adolescence (post-puberty).
  4. This is a list of episodes for the anime series Eureka Seven. The series ran for a total of fifty episodes, as well as a recap special titled "Navigation ray=out", which recaps the first half of the series. ...
  5. Childhood (Детство, Detstvo) is the first novel in Leo Tolstoy's quasi-autobiographical trilogy first published in the Russian literary journal "Sovremennik" in 1852. This book describes the major physiological decisions of boyhood that all boys experience.
  6. "Childhood" is the third episode of series two of the BBC television series Robin Hood. It originally aired on Saturday 20 October 2007. Its title is a pun on the child characters in the episode and Robin Hood, and also references other episode titles "Sisterhood" and "Parent Hood".
  7. "Scream"/"Childhood" is the lead single from Michael Jackson's ninth studio album, '' where "Scream" is track one and "Childhood" is track ten on the second disc of the album HIStory Continues. ...
  8. Childhoods [Enfances] is a French film released in Paris on 14 May 2008. Although a French reference gives its running time as 84 minutes, other resources indicate 80 minutes, with the work, in its entirety, composed of six vignettes, between 10 and 15 minutes in length, each by a different ...
  9. ordinarily spans the end of infancy – the first birthday – to the start of adolescence and is characterized by relatively steady progress in growth and maturation and rapid progress in neuromuscular or motor development. ...
  10. The early period of development, from birth to puberty.
  11. Before reading more, evolve a thoughtful answer to three questions: "What was your child-hood?"; "Was it good or bad?;" and "What factors influenced it the most?"
  12. A time in early life where I struggled at all costs to keep alive that part of myself that I now believe never even existed.
  13. Childhood is frequently re-experienced in a dream.  The dream refers to long-forgotten events which perhaps unconsciously still play too great a role in the dreamer's life.
  14. the period that extends from birth until the onset of
  15. the period of human life intermediate between the idiocy of infancy and the folly of youth - two removes from the sin of manhood and three from the remorse of age.
  16. The state of being a child. In physical terms this usually means the time from birth to puberty. Sociologists are also interested in the social, political and legal meanings of childhood and highlight how the meaning and designation of childhood varies across time and culture.
  17. Some of us have a strong attachment to our childhood whether it be positive or negative. A positive attachment to childhood usually takes the form of a pleasant nostalgia and a vague wish we could translate some of that warmth into our present lives. ...
  18. This is a story of 8 year old Ichcha, born in the slums of Mumbai but desiring more than what destiny has in store for her. In order to provide for her basic needs, her mother Damini joins a rich Thakur household as full time maid. Ichcha befriends the only daughter of the household, Tapasya. ...
  19. n. Cowl for an infant.
  20. Technique: Color Pencils
  21. Ananda Mohan showed intellectual excellence even while he was a child, and so he was initiated to studies at the age of four. Teachers at his school were surprised at the extraordinary receptivity and power of understanding exhibited by the boy. ...