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* * *n.an infant at any time during the first 28 days of life. The word is particularly applied to infants just born or in the first week of life.• neonatal adj.
* * *neo·nate (neґo-nāt) 1. newborn infant. 2. newborn (def. 1).
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neonate — e o*nate (n[=e] [ o]*n[=a]t), n. A newborn child, especially one less than one month old. Syn: baby, babe, infant. [WordNet 1.5] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
neonate — (n.) recently born infant, 1905, coined from NEO (Cf. neo ) + L. natus born, pp. of nasci be born (Old L. gnasci; see GENUS (Cf. genus)) … Etymology dictionary
neonate — [nē′ō nāt΄, nē′ənāt΄] n. [ModL neonatus < neo , NEO + L natus, born: see NATURE] a newly born individual, esp. an infant during its first month of life neonatal adj. neonatally adv … English World dictionary
neonate — UK [ˈniːəʊneɪt] / US [ˈnɪoʊˌneɪt] noun [countable] Word forms neonate : singular neonate plural neonates medical a very young baby, no more than a few weeks old … English dictionary
neonate — /ˈnioʊneɪt / (say neeohnayt) noun 1. a newborn child, having made the transition from maternally supported intra uterine life to relatively independent life in the external environment. 2. a newborn animal. –adjective 3. of or relating to a… … Australian English dictionary
neonate — noun Etymology: New Latin neonatus, from ne + Latin natus, past participle of nasci to be born more at nation Date: 1932 a newborn child; especially a child less than a month old … New Collegiate Dictionary
neonate — /nee euh nayt /, n. a newborn child, or one in its first 28 days. [1930 35; NEO + nate < L natus born; see NATIVE] * * * … Universalium
neonate — noun A newborn infant, a newborn … Wiktionary
neonate — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun A very young child: babe, baby, bambino, infant, newborn, nursling. Idiom: bundle of joy. See KIN, YOUTH … English dictionary for students
neonate — nÉªËÉ™ÊŠneÉªt n. baby; newborn infant; infant in the first month of life … English contemporary dictionary