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*'''Chitlin.''' A way of saying children in a non plural way, often used when referring to a nonbinary child.
 
*'''Chitlin.''' A way of saying children in a non plural way, often used when referring to a nonbinary child.
 
* '''Dependent.''' A person who relies on another-- usually a family member who may or may not be their parent-- for financial support; this is most often used as a standard gender-neutral word for a child too young to work. Formal.
 
* '''Dependent.''' A person who relies on another-- usually a family member who may or may not be their parent-- for financial support; this is most often used as a standard gender-neutral word for a child too young to work. Formal.
* '''Enby.''' From "NB (nonbinary)", a nonbinary equivalent of the words "boy" and "girl." However, some adults call themselves enbies.<ref>''[https://gendercensus.com/post/620965788841558016/on-enby-and-age On “enby” and age]'', 15 June 2020, [https://gendercensus.com Gender Census]</ref>
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* '''Enby.''' From "NB (nonbinary)", a nonbinary equivalent of the words "boy" and "girl." However, some adults call themselves enbies.
 
* '''Get.''' Poetic language for offspring.
 
* '''Get.''' Poetic language for offspring.
 
* '''Little one.''' Neutral word for a very young child or young offspring.
 
* '''Little one.''' Neutral word for a very young child or young offspring.

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