last-born

last-born

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

adj
(of a child) last to be born in a family
n
the last child to be born
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The last-born has as good a right to the pleasures of youth at the first.
Bessie sat on the hearth, nursing her last-born, and Robert and his sister played quietly in a corner.
And not even little Ephrayim, 8, the last-born, is left out.
I'm only living with my last-born. Life has been really hard for me," she recounted.
Of particular importance is that middle-born children had different socio-demographic characteristics, including social class and ethnicity, compared to first- and last-born children, which means that even with statistical adjustment, the results for middle-born children may reflect socio-demographic differences rather than birth order.
A last-born does not need to become a first-born to lead.
The females were asked question pertaining to their sociodemographic profile and vaccination status and the factors associated with the vaccination status of their last-born child.
by Times News ServiceHalima Al Balushi's last-born Hoor was detected of having Down syndrome.
By analysing birth rates and the gender of last-born children, the report also estimated that more than 21 million Indian girls are not wanted by their families.
Sorry, but while Bruce is getting the support, both privately and publicly, his last-born is clearly suffering.
In addition, compared with their last-born peers, children who experienced the birth of a younger sibling within 20 months of their own birth had an elevated mortality rate during the second year of life (2.7).
These are: historical legacy, visionary deficiency, and what I call the 'curse of the last-born'.