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Childbirth
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Childbirth mean : The process of giving birth to a child. The physical act of labour, from contractions to the birth of a child.
Childcrowing
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Childcrowing: The crowing noise made by children affected with spasm of the laryngeal muscles false croup.
Childe
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Childe: A cognomen formerly prefixed to his name by the oldest son, until he succeeded to his ancestral titles, or was knighted as, Childe Roland.
Childed
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Childed: Furnished with a child. [Obs.]
Childermas day
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Childermas day: A day (December 28) observed by mass or festival in commemoration of the children slain by Herod at Bethlehem called also Holy Innocents Day.
Childhood
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Childhood: The state of being a child the time in which persons are children the condition or time from infancy to puberty. Children, taken collectively. [R.] The well-go
Childhood dream
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Childhood dream: Aspiration from childhood, something one hoped when young
Childhood friend
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Childhood friend: Someone who has been a friend since their youth
Childhood memories
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Childhood memories: Memories of events that happened when one was young
Childhood trauma
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Childhood trauma: Emotional shock that occurred during childhood which has left a person with problems as an adult
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