Muška osoba starosti od 14-17 godina.
A juvenile between the onset of puberty and maturity; SYN. stripling, teenager.
ETYM Abbrev. from cadet.
Someone who is morally reprehensible; SYN. bounder, blackguard, dog, hound, heel.
1. An omnibus conductor.
2. A man who acts with deliberate disregard for another's feelings or rights.
Sinonimi: golf caddie
ETYM Written also caddy, cadie, cady, and cawdy.
An attendant who carries the golf clubs for a player; SYN. golf caddie.
Sinonimi: tea caddy
ETYM Earlier spelt catty, from Malay katî a weight of 1andfrac13; pounds. Related to Catty.
For storing tea; SYN. tea caddy.
Scotish: Boy; fellow
ETYM Prob. a double dim. of cock.
A young domestic cock; not older than one year.
(Ancient Greece) A pubescent boy.
Ephebus; also; a young man; youth
Sinonimi: juvenile person
A youthful person; SYN. juvenile person.
ETYM Old Eng. ladde, of Celtic origin; cf. w. llawd, Irish lath. Related to Lass.
1. A boy; a youth.
2. A companion; a comrade; a mate.
1. (chiefly Southwest) A male servant
2. (chiefly Southwest) A young man
A young person
ETYM Dim. of strip; as if a small strip from the main stock or steam.
A youth in the state of adolescence, or just passing from boyhood to manhood.
A young person (especially a young man or boy); SYN. youth, younker.
One that is young; especially; a young person or animal
A young person; a child; an adolescent.
A young person.
ETYM Old Eng. youthe, youhthe, yuhethe, yuwethe, yeoyethe, AS. geoguth, geogoth; akin to OS. jugth, Dutch jeugd, Old High Germ. jugund, German jugend, Goth. junda. Related to Young.
An early period of development; SYN. early days.
Early maturity; the state of being young or immature or inexperienced.
The freshness and vitality characteristic of a young person; SYN. youthfulness, juvenility.
The time of life between childhood and maturity.