Young (adjective)

  1. Having a relatively short period of existence, growth, or development.
  2. Having the characteristics of youth, such as being fresh, energetic, and inexperienced.
  3. Relating to or designed for young people.
  4. Having a small age, especially in comparison to another individual of the same species.
  5. Recently born or hatched.

Origin:

Derived from the old english word 'geong' which means 'young, youthful'.

Examples:

  1. She was young and vibrant.
  2. The young leaves were tender.
  3. He was a young man with a bright future.
  4. The young chicks were chirping.
  5. The young couple was in love.
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