Inner-child definition

(psychology) The childlike aspect of a person's psyche — typically, the personality and the memories of one's childhood — especially in context of coexisting with, and being suppressed by, an adultlike aspect of the person.
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A metaphorical child who is the personification of this part of a person.
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Noun

Singular:
inner-child
Plural:
inner-children