Common misspellings for child:
chily, childich, ciled, vhild, shoujld, chikd, whild, chielfy, shuould, childre, chldern, chizled, childy, chilf, chold, chiold, childhool, chisiled, chils, nuild, childesh, childhooh, child's, chld's, sheldo, chils'd, chrild, sholud, heild, choulder, thechild, shuold, chlid, chilii, ashould, chizzled, childerne, shuild, childes, chid, cghild, childen, chiuld, chuld, thershold, shdould, childed, childsh, chield, shjould, shefild, shild, shoold, sheiled, hiold, chlidish, chilll, cvhild, chiili, rothchild, tiold, cholic, chaird, chail, cahild, childe, chilen, choloid, sechuled, childrem, youshould, shilft, chilnd, chived, shelid, haild, childd, sheeld, shouild, chind, achild, cheld, chielf, childer, coild, cchild, childis, shiled, chjild, shiuld, shuld, childden, chilld, chidl, chity, chilee, childdish, clild, shlould, shiould, lichfield, chilidish, chilsd, chilpolte, charled, chadd, shoyld, shold, wshould, ehld, cjhild, shouldf, sheild, childcae, chilid, hilld, chall, checled, cihld, chiled, shnould, sheald, shoiuyld, childood, chiild, childs's, child'd, sholld, eshould, siold, ishould, shouold, shielda, cpild, yeild, chaind, challed, chissled, chirlden, childcaare, chilan, shojuld, chould, chaltom, childwill, sholdour, shilds, cshould, chiledish, shudl, showld, chileds, shilotte, chiped, ciould, chil, chhild, childr, chilo, cjild, shpold, childs', choild, hield, shoyuld, cholate, chilkd, rchild, housshold, chewd, chld, chiily, choud, chbild, chisled, schild, theshold, sheld, childfree, childwho, chillo, childwhich, ceiled, chlid's, thechildern, chl'ds, nshould, shoul'd, shoould, chilhood, chied, childa, chiald, hoild, chilerden, childare, chlld, shilhoute, childreb, shluld, chiiled, shpuld, chuild, thild, childt, shouldi, chlidern, chukled, cholder, chrid, hcild, chiseld, shouyld, shouuld, shieled, chlild, sechueld, shoilder, sshould, shoiuld, chikld, child'e, chlld's, ciuld, shoiudl, cild, chielan, chukiled, siolid, childhish, chillded, childl, chilie, chilfd, childern, thirldy, schield, shouldl, chillds, childeen, chaild, shpould, childein, thirld, shuled, chialdish, childn, chil'd, choclit, chilr, sechuld, lchild, newchild, hild, sholuld, chilod, chihld, shoild, childs, hackshield, chile, hilda, chilhoood, childike, childne, chilred, chilin, chillled, chlly, chickled, choli, fiarchild, chilton, litchfiled, sheldue, shielde, lshould, shlud, shyould, should'v, should, xhild, fhild, dhild, cgild, cbild, cnild, cyild, chjld, chkld, ch9ld, ch8ld, chipd, chiod, chilx, chilc, xchild, cxhild, vchild, fchild, cfhild, dchild, cdhild, chgild, cbhild, cnhild, chnild, cuhild, cyhild, chyild, chijld, chkild, ch9ild, chi9ld, ch8ild, chi8ld, chipld, chilpd, chilxd, childx, chilcd, childc, childf, chilrd, child, khild, ghild, ahild, cxild, ciild, chyld, chald, chmld, chhld, chihd, chimd, chilt, chill, chayeld, cheyeld, chighld, c hild, ch ild, chi ld, chil d.
Definition of child:
- A son or a daughter; a male or female descendant, in the first degree; the immediate progeny of human parents; -- in law, legitimate offspring. Used also of animals and plants.
- A descendant, however remote; -- used esp. in the plural; as, the children of Israel; the children of Edom.
- This word has considerable latitude of meaning in Scripture. Thus Joseph is called a child at the time when he was probably about sixteen years of age ( Genesis 37:3 ); and Benjamin is so called when he was above thirty years ( 44:20 ). Solomon called himself a little child when he came to the kingdom ( 1 Kings 3:7 ). The descendants of a man, however remote, are called his children; as, " the children of Edom," " the children of Moab," " the children of Israel." In the earliest times mothers did not wean their children till they were from thirty months to three years old; and the day on which they were weaned was kept as a festival day ( Genesis 21:8 ; Exodus 2:7 Exodus 2:9 ; 1 Samuel 1:22-24 ; Matthew 21:16 ). At the age of five, children began to learn the arts and duties of life under the care of their fathers ( Deuteronomy 6:20-25 ; 11:19 ). To have a numerous family was regarded as a mark of divine favour ( Genesis 11:30 ; 30:1 ; 1 Samuel 2:5 ; 2 Sam 6:23 ; Psalms 127:3 ; 128:3 ). Figuratively the name is used for those who are ignorant or narrow-minded ( Matthew 11:16 ; Luke 7:32 ; 1 Corinthians 13:11 ). " When I was a child, I spake as a child." " Brethren, be not children in understanding" ( 1 Corinthians 14:20 ). " That we henceforth be no more children, tossed to and fro" ( Ephesians 4:14 ). Children are also spoken of as representing simplicity and humility ( Matthew 19:13-15 ; Mark 10:13-16 ; Luke 18:15-17 ). Believers are " children of light" ( Luke 16:8 ; 1 Thessalonians 5:5 ) and " children of obedience" ( 1 Peter 1:14 ).
- To give birth; to produce young.
- a young person of either sex ( between birth and puberty); " she writes books for children"; " they're just kids"; "` tiddler' is a British term for youngsters"
- a young person of either sex; " she writes books for children"; " they're just kids"; "` tiddler' is a British term for youngsters"
- One who, by character of practice, shows signs of relationship to, or of the influence of, another; one closely connected with a place, occupation, character, etc.; as, a child of God; a child of the devil; a child of disobedience; a child of toil; a child of the people.
- A young person of either sex. esp. one between infancy and youth; hence, one who exhibits the characteristics of a very young person, as innocence, obedience, trustfulness, limited understanding, etc.
- A female infant.
- A son or daughter of any age, sometimes including biological offspring, unborn children, adopted children, stepchildren, foster children and children born outside of marriage. A person under an age specified by law, often 14 or 16. For example, state law may require a person to be over the age of 14 to make a valid will, or may define the crime of statutory rape as sex with a person under the age of 16. In this sense, a child can be distinguished from a minor, who is a person under the age of 18 in most states. A person below the specified legal age who is married is often considered an adult rather than a child. See also emancipation.
- A son or a daughter; a male or female descendant, in the first degree; the immediate progeny of human parents; - in law, legitimate offspring. Used also of animals and plants.
- A descendant, however remote; - used esp. in the plural; as, the children of Israel; the children of Edom.
- A son or daughter; a baby; a very young person; sometimes, a descendant.
- A young person, one who has not arrived at the age of puberty.
- ( pl. CHILDREN), An infant or very young person: one intimately related to one older: a disciple:- pl. offspring: descendants: inhabitants.
- A son or daughter; very young person; descendant.
- A human being in early youth; a son or daughter.