A child of the Renaissance.
An example of your child is your 30 year old son.
An example of a child is someone who is only four years old.
An example of a child is an adult who throws a temper tantrum any time he doesn't get his way.
An example of a child in political matters is someone who has no knowledge of politics at all.
Children of Abraham.
A child of nature; a child of the Sixties.
Children of Israel.
Poverty, disease, and despair are the children of war.
The child node then stores the actual data of the parent node.
A child of one's imagination.
Other Word Forms
Origin of child
- Middle English from Old English cild
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- From Middle English, from Old English ċild (“child, infant, youth of gentle birth”), from Proto-Germanic *kelþą (“child in the womb, fruit of the womb, child”), from Proto-Indo-European *g(')elt- (“womb”). Cognate with Danish kuld (“brood, litter”), Swedish kull (“brood, litter”), Icelandic kelta, kjalta (“lap”), Gothic (kilþei, “womb”), Sanskrit जर्त (jarta), जर्तु (jártu, “vulva”).