one-year-old one-year-old


  • (adj) one year of age


  1. Sheep, unlike many other mammals, tend to have offspring quite early in life mothers can have lambs at one-year-old, before they're fully grown.
  2. For example, an overweight or obese adolescent is much more likely to become an obese adult than is an overweight one-year-old.
  3. Twenty-one-year-old Johnny Lattner has lived most of his life in a German-Irish neighborhood on Chicago's far west side.


  1. His dad ‘has got your back’

    Specialist (E4) Dakota Madison will not be home Sunday to spend Father’s Day with his one-year-old son, James, but one of the toddler’s shirts, a camouflage-print onesie he has outgrown since his father last saw him, says all you need to know about the family – “My daddy’s got your back,” it reads.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: The Atmore Advance

  2. Baby found wandering in Lexington neighborhood

    A one-year-old boy is safe and sound but not before being found alone in a Lexington neighborhood on Monday.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: WYMT Mountain News

  3. Meet Oakland Zoo's new one-year-old camels

    Oakland Zoo's new one-year-old camels Zahara, a female, and Bahir, a male, were introduced several months ago and have acclimated well with Layla and Sabah, the zoo's two four-year-old females.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: San Jose Mercury News


  1. "I'm looking for my brother, his wife and their one-year-old son," said Dhaka businessman Mujibur Rahman.
    on Feb 19, 2005 By: Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Source: CNN International

  2. "Being a mom to my one-year-old toddler, Zev, is my favorite job, but it's also important to me to give back and stand together with moms who demand more for their families' hard earned dollars," said Winokur. "By leading the 'Take A Stand'...
    on Sep 15, 2009 By: Marissa Jaret Winokur Source: Reuters

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