How to Say Baby in Different Languages

Baby in Different Languages: A baby is a very young child born to the parents. Baby is a young child who has not yet learned to walk and talk. An infant is a synonym for “baby,” the youngest offspring of a human being. For colloquial language, a baby is a kid who is only one month old, or hours or days. The term refers to a child in the first 28 days following birth in medical contexts, the term is for premature and full-term infant and after born infants and the term fetus is used before birth.

How to Say Baby in 88 Different Languages

Different LanguagesWord Baby
Albanianbebe
Basquehaurra
Belarusianдзіця
Bosnianbeba
Bulgarianбебе
Catalannadó
Croatiandijete
Czechdítě
Danishbaby
Dutchbaby
Estonianlaps
Finnishvauva
Frenchbébé
Galicianbebé
GermanBaby
Greekμωρό (moró)
Hungarianbaba
IcelandicElskan
Irishleanbh
Italianbambino
Latvianmazulis
Lithuaniankūdikis
Macedonianбебе
Maltesetarbija
Norwegianbaby
Polishdziecko
Portuguesebebê
Romanianbebelus
Russianдетка (detka)
Serbianбеба (beba)
Slovakdieťa
Sloveniandojenček
Spanishbebé
Swedishbebis
Ukrainianдитина (dytyna)
Welshbabi
Yiddishבייבי
Armenianերեխա
Azerbaijanikörpə
Bengaliবাচ্চা
Chinese Simplified宝宝 (bǎobǎo)
Chinese Traditional寶寶 (bǎobǎo)
Georgianბავშვი
Gujaratiબાળક
Hindiबच्चा
Hmongtus me nyuam
Japanese赤ちゃん
Kannadaಬೇಬಿ
Kazakhнәресте
Khmerទារក
Korean아가 (aga)
Laoເດັກນ້ອຍ
Malayalamശിശു
Marathiबाळ
Mongolianхүүхэд
Myanmar (Burmese)ကလေး
Nepaliबच्चा
Sinhalaළදරු
Tajikкӯдак
Tamilகுழந்தை
Teluguబేబీ
Thaiทารก
Turkishbebek
Urduبچه
Uzbekchaqaloq
Vietnameseđứa bé
Arabicطفل (tifl)
Hebrewתִינוֹק
Persianعزیزم
Afrikaansbaba
Chichewamwana
Hausababy
Igbonwa
Sesotholesea
Somaliilmaha
Swahilimtoto
Yorubababy
Zuluingane
Cebuanobata
Filipinosanggol
Indonesianbayi
Javanesebaby
Malagasyzazakely
Malaybayi
Maoritamaiti
Esperantobebo
Haitian Creoleti bebe
Latininfans

The word ‘ baby’ is commonly used for small children under the age of one year, although interpretations may differ and may include infants up to the age of two years old. The term “toddler” can be used when a child learns to walk. Children cry as an instinctual basic communication. A crying infant can try to express various emotions, including appetite, discomfort, and boredom.

Sufficient early food consumption is essential for the development of a baby. In the first 1000 days of life the foundations for optimum health, growth and neuro development are laid. Babies should have breast milk or an alternative milk replacement between the time of birth and the four months of their age. Fruits, vegetables and small amounts of meat can be introduced as a baby grows.

In personality development, babyhood is a critical period when the foundations are laid for adulthood.

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