Other Words for Youth

Youth Adjective Synonyms
child, youngster, schoolchild, teenager, teen, minor, juvenile, adolescent, boy, schoolboy, stripling, young boy or man, lad, laddie, whippersnapper, girl, lass, lassie, schoolgirl, maid, maiden, damsel, demoiselle, mademoiselle, kid, (lit
As youths, they used to spend time at rock concerts.

childhood, boyhood, girlhood, young manhood, young womanhood, prepubescence, pubescence, adolescence, salad days, immaturity, minority
In our youth we do many foolish things we might later regret.

children, youngsters, juveniles, adolescents, young people, young, kids
The youth of today have little respect for their elders.

More Words for Youth

Boy / Minor / Lass / Girl / Maid

Youth (Geomorphology)

Science / Geology / Youth (Geomorphology): A stage in the geomorphic cycle in which a landscape has just been uplifted and is beginning to be dissected by canyons cut by young streams. MORE

Hyaluronic Acid

Health / Vitamins / Hyaluronic Acid: Also known as Hyaluronan or, simply, HA, component of the connective tissue, its main function is to cushion and lubricate, it occurs in joints, eyes, heart valves etc., considered to be "the key to t MORE


Life Style / Travel / Hostel: An inexpensive accommodation, usually dormitory style, popular with the student crowd thus the term ' youth hostel '. MORE

Ubiquinone Idebenone

Health / Vitamins / Ubiquinone Idebenone: Two of the most effective antioxidants on the cosmetic market, fight free radicals in the environment to help skin rejuvenate and regain an youthful appearance, help reduce wrinkles and fine lines. MORE


Entertainment / Literature / Virelay: An old French term for a short poem consisting of (A) short lines using two rhymes and (B) two opening lines that recur intermittently. A second form of the virelay consists of stanzas made up of shor MORE


Entertainment / Literature / Syncope: When a desperate poet drops a vowel sound between two consonants to make the meter match in each line. It can also be used as a rhetorical device any time a writer deletes a syllable or letter from th MORE