young'un

Related to young'un: Unequitable, inexistent

young·'un

 (yŭng′ən)
n. Informal
A young one; a child.
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Sometimes, I feel like an entitled internet-obsessed young'un, however I am not alone.
Take a chance, live, and enjoy life as the young'un you are, and never lose that child in you.
13) Young'un taniminda kurallar ve bu kurallara bagli sorumluluklarini yerine getiren aktorlere yapilan gonderme, ister istemez kurallara bagli hareket etmenin kurumun varligina yonelik guclu bir gosterge oldugunu ortaya koymaktadir.
Cool your jets about getting the piercing, young'un.
When I was a young'un growing up in Booger Bottom, shooting any branched antler buck was a trophy, but today 160- to 180-inch deer get tagged ever year, and once in a great while even bigger bucks get loaded into trucks.
As this young'un proved, once again, there otherwise ain't nothing good that comes from flying outside the envelope.
He made the 4,477-mile journey again just before Christmas and was rewarded with the appearance of his young'un.
Arvay's reply to Jim is full of both prejudice and jealousy: "Belinda being that no-count Joe's young'un, I reckon any caper that she might up and cut just have to be put up with.
Sleep, with a young'un crying half the night and Al coming in at all hours, the bullfrogs making that god-awful racket.
Not surprisingly, he learned new behaviors as quickly at age seven as he did when he was a young'un.
And, via surrealist free association, that reminds me of Herbert Marcuse's response, at the University of Toronto's Convocation Hall, to a question by yet another eager young'un along the lines of: So, what is to be done?