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Babble
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Babble: Idle talk senseless prattle gabble twaddle. "This is mere moralbabble." Milton. Inarticulate speech 6. constant or confused murmur.The babble of our young childre
Babby
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Babby: (British and Irish Slang) baby small child
Babe
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Babe: An infant a young child of either sex a baby. A doll for children. Spenser.
Babery
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Babery: Finery of a kind to please a child. [Obs.] "Painted babery."Sir P. Sidney.
Babish
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Babish: Like a babe a childish babyish. [R.] "Babish imbecility."Drayton. Bab"ish*ly, adv. Bab"ish*ness, n. [R.]
Baby Burping
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Baby Clothes
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Baby fat
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Baby fat: Chubbiness typically associated with babies or small children weight put on by a woman during pregnancy
Baby Food
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Baby Health
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