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Noun: kid  kid
  1. [informal] A young person of either sex
    "they're just kids";
    - child, youngster, minor, shaver [informal], nipper [informal], small fry [informal], tiddler [Brit, informal], tike [informal], tyke [informal], fry [archaic], nestling [informal], wean [UK, Ireland, dialect], kiddy [informal], kiddie [informal]
  2. [informal] A human offspring (son or daughter) of any age
    "they were able to send their kids to college";
    - child
  3. Soft smooth leather from the hide of a young goat
    "kid gloves";
    - kidskin
  4. Young goat
Verb: kid (kidded,kidding)  kid
Usage: informal
  1. Tell false information to for fun
    - pull the leg of
  2. Be silly or tease one another
    "After we relaxed, we just kidded around";
    - chaff, jolly [informal], josh [informal], banter
Noun: Kid  kid
  1. English dramatist (1558-1594)
    - Kyd, Thomas Kyd, Thomas Kid

Derived forms: kids, kidding, kidded, Kids

Type of: bait, befool [archaic], caprine animal, cod [Brit, informal], dramatist, dupe, fool, goat, gull, issue, juvenile, juvenile person, leather, offspring, playwright, progeny, put on, put one across [informal], put one over [informal], rag, rally, razz [N. Amer, informal], ride [N. Amer, informal], slang [archaic, informal], take in, taunt, tease, twit [informal], wind up [Brit, informal]

Part of: family, family unit

Encyclopedia: Kid, Peter