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1. apprentice


Sinonimi: learner | prentice

ETYM Old Eng. apprentice, prentice, Old Fren. aprentis, nom. of aprentif, from apprendare to learn, Latin apprendere, equiv. to apprehendere, to take hold of (by the mind), to comprehend. Related to Apprehend, Prentice.
Works for an expert to learn a trade; SYN. learner, prentice.

2. babe


ETYM Cf. Irish bab, baban, W. baban, maban.
An infant; a young child of either sex; a baby.

3. blancbec


4. cheechako


TENDERFOOT — used chiefly in Alaska.

5. colt


ETYM Old Eng. colt a young horse, ass, or camel, AS. colt; cf. dial. Swed. kullt a boy, lad.
1. A young male horse under the age of four.
2. A young untried person.

6. cub


Sinonimi: lad | laddie | sonny | sonny boy | greenhorn | rookie | young carnivore

1. A male child (a familiar term of address to a boy); SYN. lad, laddie, sonny, sonny boy.
2. An awkward and inexperienced youth; SYN. greenhorn, rookie.
3. The young of certain carnivorous mammals such as the bear or wolf or lion; SYN. young carnivore.

7. greenhorn

imenicasleng, dijalekt

1. An inexperienced or naive person
2. A newcomer (as to a country) unacquainted with local manners and customs

8. mug


Sinonimi: mugful

ETYM Cf. Irish mugam a mug, mucog a cup.
1. The quantity that can be held in a mug; SYN. mugful.
2. With handle and usually cylindrical.

9. newbie

imenicasleng, dijalekt

1. An inexperienced user on the Internet.
2. In a particularly derogatory sense, an inexperienced Usenet user who asks for information that is readily available in the FAQ. See also FAQ.

10. novice


Sinonimi: beginner | tyro | tiro | initiate

ETYM French, from Latin novicius, novitius, new, from novus new. Related to New, Novitious.
Someone new to a field or activity; SYN. beginner, tyro, tiro, initiate.

11. tenderfoot


An inexperienced person (especially someone inexperienced in outdoor living).

12. toro


13. tyro


See tiro, a beginner in learning; novice.