male child

noun
a youthful male person
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the baby was a boy

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she made the boy brush his teeth every night

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most soldiers are only boys in uniform

Syn: ↑boy
Ant: ↑girl (for: ↑boy), ↑female child
Derivationally related forms: ↑boyhood (for: ↑boy)
Hypernyms: ↑male, ↑male person
Hyponyms:

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