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babyPutzerl {n} [österr.] [ugs.]
baby [attr.] Baby-
baby [attr.] [of an animal: young] klein [Tier: jung]
baby [coll.]Puppe {f} [ugs.] [Mädchen, bes. als Anrede]
baby [coll.]Liebling {m} [Kosename unter Liebenden]
baby [coll.] Schatz {m} [Kosename unter Liebenden]
baby [coll.] [term of endearment] Schatzi {n} [ugs.] [Kosename unter Liebenden]
Baby [Patricia MacLachlan] Schere, Stein, Papier
baby [under 12 months old]Säugling {m}
baby acne [Acne neonatorum] Neugeborenenakne {f}
baby alarm Babyphon {n} [auch: Babyfon ®]
baby and infant cradlesSäuglings- und Kleinkinderhüllen {pl} [Haltevorrichtung vornehml. an Röntgen-/Durchleuchtungssystemen]
baby and infant foodBaby- und Kleinkindnahrung {f}
baby ape Affenbaby {n} [Menschenaffenbaby]
baby articlesBabyartikel {pl}
baby baboon Pavianbaby {n}
baby bag Babybeutel {m} [portioniertes Blutprodukt in der Transfusionsmedizin]
baby balance Babywaage {f}
baby banana Babybanane {f}
baby banana Baby-Banane {f}
baby basket [baby carrier]Babytragekorb {m}
baby bath standBadewannenständer {m}
baby bathtubBadeeimer {m}
baby bats [coll.] [young goths who merely want to provoke]Knuddelgrufts {pl} [ugs.]
baby bird Vogelküken {n} [ugs.]
baby bird Vogeljunges {n}
baby blanket Babydecke {f}
baby blueBabyblau {n}
baby blue babyblau
baby blues {sg} [coll.]Heultage {pl} [ugs.] [postpartales Stimmungstief]
baby blues [coll.] postnatale Depression {f}
baby blues [coll.]Baby-Blues {m} [ugs.]
baby blues [treated as sg. or pl.] [coll.]der dritte Tag {m} [ugs.] [postpartales Stimmungstief]
baby blues [treated as sg. or pl.] [coll.]Babyblues {m} [ugs.]
baby bondKleinschuldverschreibung {f}
baby bondsKleinstobligationen {pl}
baby bonds Schuldverschreibungen {pl} mit niedrigem Nennwert
baby bonnet Babyhaube {f}
baby bonnetBabyhäubchen {n}
baby bonobo Bonobo-Baby {n} [auch: Bonobobaby]
Baby Boom [Charles Shyer] Baby Boom – Eine schöne Bescherung
baby boom [coll.]Ansteigen {n} der Geburtenrate
baby boom [coll.]Babyboom {m} [ugs.]
baby boomer nach dem 2. Weltkrieg Geborener {m}
baby boomer [coll.] Babyboomer {m} [ugs.]
baby boomer generationgeburtenstarke Jahrgänge {pl} [der Nachkriegszeit]
baby boomer generation Boomgeneration {f}
baby bottle Babyflasche {f}
baby bottle Babyfläschchen {n}
baby bottleBabyschoppen {m} [südd.] [schweiz.] [Fläschchen]
baby bottle warmer Babyfläschchenwärmer {m}
baby bouncer Babyschaukel {f}
baby bouncerBabywippe {f}
baby boykleiner Junge {m}
baby brain syndrome [memory lapses due to a pregnancy]Mutterschaftsdemenz {f} [ugs.]
baby brother Brüderlein {n}
baby brotherkleines Brüderchen {n}
baby buggyKinderwagen {m}
baby bump [coll.] Babybauch {m}
baby calf kleines Kalb {n}
baby cap Baby-Mütze {f}
baby care Säuglingspflege {f}
baby careBabypflege {f}
baby care oil Babypflegeöl {n}
baby cares Säuglingspflegen {pl}
baby carriage [Am.]Kinderwagen {m}
baby carrierBabytrage {f}
baby carrierKraxe {f} [Rückentragekorb]
baby carrier backpack Baby-Tragerucksack {m}
baby carrot Babykarotte {f} [junge Möhre]
baby carrot Babymöhre {f} [junge Karotte]
baby carrots kleine Karotten {pl}
baby carrots Baby-Karotten {pl}
baby carrots Babykarotten {pl}
baby carrots Möhrchen {pl}
baby cat [coll.] [kitten]Katzenbaby {n} [ugs.] [junge Katze]
baby change unit [Br.] Wickeltisch {m}
baby changing room [baby care room] Wickelraum {m}
baby chicken Poularde {f}
baby clothes {pl}Babykleidung {f}
baby corn Maiskölbchen {pl}
baby corn Jungmais {m}
baby corner Krabbelecke {f}
baby cot Kinderkrippe {f}
baby cot Babybett {n}
baby cradle Babywiege {f} [Bett]
baby cream Babycreme {f}
baby cribBabywiege {f} [Bett]
baby crib [Am.]Babybett {n}
baby cyclamen [Cyclamen hederifolium, syn.: C. linearifolium, C. neapolitanum]Neapolitaner Alpenveilchen {n}
baby cyclamen [Cyclamen hederifolium, syn.: C. linearifolium, C. neapolitanum]Herbst-Alpenveilchen {n}
baby cyclamen [Cyclamen hederifolium, syn.: C. neapolitanum, C. neapolitanum var. album] Efeublättriges Alpenveilchen {n}
baby daughterTöchterchen {n}
baby doctorKinderarzt {m}
baby dog [coll.] [puppy]Hundebaby {n} [ugs.] [Welpe]
baby dollBabypuppe {f}
Baby Doll [Elia Kazan]Baby Doll - Begehre nicht des anderen Weib
baby duckling Entlein {n}
baby dusting powderWundpuder {m} für Babys [ugs. auch {n}]
baby elephantkleiner Elefant {m}
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