Pronunciation of Baby
/bˈe͡ɪbi/, /bˈe‍ɪbi/, /b_ˈeɪ_b_i/

Synonyms for baby:

Sense 1

eldest, insider, errand, panelist, chicken, childish, quintuplet, puppy, academician, kitten, piecework, tribeswoman, porker, core, the rank and file, Joey, charter member, rump, blue baby, wimp, heifer, confederate, milquetoast, bambino, teamwork, last hurrah, cub, quint, Test Tube Baby, niche, kiddo, dead-end job, paperwork, piglet, preemie, guest, desk job, recruit, labor of love, pardner, unit, arriviste, make-work, secondment, tribesman, pullet, bairn, designer baby, root vegetable, selector, teleworking, legation, triplet, paper round, sinecure, member, day job, inductee, nursling, Child Labor, outwork, pup, branch, neonate, HON, wuss, nebbish, overindulge, colt, spokeswoman, interloper, founder member, shift work, paper route, sextuplet, dearie, gangsta, spokesman, the old guard, spokesperson, tribespeople, alumnus, bundle of joy, matey, moonlighting, pink-collar, elder statesman, foundling, quadruplet, busywork, BRO, suckling pig, oligarch.

Sense 2

sweetie, chore, fawn, milksop, progeny, lady, dearest, girlfriend, bud, honey, honorary, cater, representative, vocation, whelp, sweetheart, rank, filly, pansy, lamb, calling, calf, weakling, consultancy, babe in arms, internship, chick, rep, work experience, associate, chickenshit, foal.

Sense 3

liaison, brood, pet, sideline, strength, My, twin, posting.

Sense 4

darling, brother, sugar, fellow, dear, quad.

Sense 5

green, sweet, feeder.

Sense 6

sport, mate, mission, old.

Sense 7

project, squash, love.

Sense 11



tot, offspring.


suckling, papoose.

love child

natural child.


pamper, mollycoddle.





beginning (adjective)

emerging, nascent, alpha, original, beginning, primeval, introductory, new, preparatory, primordial, fetal, preliminary, foremost, infantile, Commencing, genesis, sprouting, hatching, Dawned, aboriginal, budding, incipient, newborn, starting, embryonic, formative, precursory, germinal, initial, maiden, inaugural, infant, early, first, primal.

miniature (adjective)

little, tiny, minute, wee, small, diminutive, petite.

small (adjective)

little, slight, miserly, scanty, miniature, spare, scant, minute, slim, modest, scrawny, itty-bitty, wee, beggarly, meager, microscopic, weeny, bantam, compact, piddling, dwarfish, trifling, ungenerous, petite, stingy, tiny, minor, diminutive, puny, teeny-weeny, toy, deficient, short, negligible, smallish, niggardly, sparing, teensy, pocket, delicate, nugatory, minimal, teeny, small, picayune, paltry.

Sense 1 (noun)

alumnus, academician, associate, charter member, confederate, arriviste, core, branch.

Sense 2 (noun)

neonate, bairn, designer baby, nursling, feeder, bundle of joy, bambino, babe in arms, blue baby, foundling.

Sense 3 (noun)

honey, pardner, milksop, sugar, BRO, mate, bud, weakling, milquetoast.

Sense 4 (noun)

overindulge, cater, girlfriend, lady.

Sense 5 (noun)

calf, brood, chick, cub, fawn, foal, filly, colt.

Sense 6 (noun)

calling, Child Labor, consultancy, day job, desk job, chore, busywork, dead-end job, cover.

Sense 7 (noun)

chickenshit, chicken, nebbish, pansy, coward, wimp.

Sense 9 (noun)

squash, root vegetable.

angel (noun)


baby (noun)

miniature, wee, infant, child, neonate, suckling, minute, diminutive, tiny, little, bairn, toddler, small, babe.

darling (noun)

sweetie, dearie.

infant (noun)

bambino, nipper, chick, suckling, preemie, tot, nursling, cherub, toddler, youngster, babe, child, bairn, newborn, papoose, kid.

infantile (noun)


milksop (noun)

wuss, pansy.

pamper (noun)


person (noun)


weakling (noun)


wimp (noun)


young person (noun)


youngster (noun)

girl, lass, lad, waif, juvenile, sprig, fledgling, kid, sapling, boy, stripling, sprout, child, slip, toddler, innocent, youngster, urchin.

social (verb)

coddle, cocker, cosset, indulge, mollycoddle, spoil, pamper, featherbed.

treat like a child (verb)

cosset, pet, indulge, spoil, pamper, coddle, overindulge.

Usage examples for baby:

  • " There's a lady down there- a lady and a baby. - "Lovey Mary", Alice Hegan Rice.
  • I did not see the baby for a long time. - "Our Young Folks at Home and Abroad", Various.
  • She was a beautiful baby! - "The Enchanted Canyon", Honoré Willsie Morrow.

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