Definition of Newborn baby
1. Noun. A baby from birth to four weeks.
Generic synonyms: Babe, Baby, Infant
Specialized synonyms: Liveborn Infant, Low-birth-weight Baby, Low-birth-weight Infant, Postmature Infant, Preemie, Premature Baby, Premature Infant, Premie, Preterm Baby, Preterm Infant, Sga Infant, Small-for-gestational-age Infant, Stillborn Infant, Term Infant
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Literary usage of Newborn baby
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1. Indigenous Knowledge and Its Uses in SA by Hans Normann, Ina Snyman (1996)
"This means that they may have come into contact with strangers who have more powerful charms, which may negatively affect the newborn baby while it has not ..."
2. A Layman's Handbook of Medicine: With Special Reference to Social Workers by Richard Clarke Cabot (1916)
"The forehead, as I have said, especially bulges out and the openings on the top and back of the head which are present in the newborn baby do not close, ..."
3. Case Histories in Obstetrics: Groups of Cases Illustrating the Fundamental by Robert Laurent De Normandie (1917)
"For the normal characteristics of a newborn baby I strongly advise that ... A healthy newborn baby should sleep almost continuously, waking only to nurse. ..."
4. Folk-ballads of Southern Europe by Sophie Jewett, Katharine Lee Bates (1913)
"It is his lady mother who comes to him, telling How the countess in her bower has borne to him a child: "Oh, let the young mother nurse her newborn baby, ..."