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infancy

 [in´fan-se]
the first 12 months of life.

in·fan·cy

(in'făn-sē),
Babyhood; the earliest period of extrauterine life; roughly, the first year of life.

infancy

/in·fan·cy/ (in´fin-se) the early period of life; see infant.

infancy

(ĭn′fən-sē)
n. pl. infan·cies
1. The earliest period of childhood, especially before the ability to walk has been acquired.
2. The state of being an infant.

infancy

Babyhood The period of development between birth and very early childhood, up to age 1 (or 2)

in·fan·cy

(in'făn-sē)
Babyhood; the earliest period of extrauterine life; roughly, the first year of life.