juvenilia[jo̵̅o̅′və nil′ē ə]
juvenilia definition by Webster's New World
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- writings, paintings, etc. done in childhood or youth
- books for children
Origin: Classical Latin neuter plural of juvenilis, juvenile
juvenilia definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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Works, particularly written or artistic works, produced in an author's or artist's youth.
Origin: Latin iuvenīlia, from neuter pl. of iuvenīlis, juvenile; see juvenile.
juvenilia - Cultural Definition
Works produced in childhood or youth, particularly written or artistic works.