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last-born

or last·born (lăst′bôrn′)
adj.
Last in order of birth; youngest.
n.
One that is born last, as a youngest child.

last•born

or last-born

(ˈlæstˌbɔrn, ˈlɑst-)
n.
a child who is born last in a family; youngest child.
[1865–70]
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span xml:lang="EN-GBBeing pienga meant being perceived as the lastborn a pushover a slave for every other senior student.
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In contrast, parents were much more generous with their lastborn sons, who were offered the choice of going to school, working, or not working (Khanam 2008).
Also of interest is the possible connection between birth order and family ostracism that has found middleborn children more likely targets of rejection due to perceived disfavoritism over firstborns or lastborn siblings (Sulloway, 1996).
They found that firstborn males and lastborn females had less irrational thinking than lastborn males and firstborn females did.
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Our findings tend to favor boys and suggest that it is possible that only children and lastborn children in large families are less competent in arithmetic than first born children.
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Thus, we anticipated that being a firstborn or lastborn child would be related to more affiliative intergenerational relationships due to less competition for the parents' time.
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