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- n. The youngest child of a family.
- n. The youngest member of any company or organization.
- adj. Born last in a family; youngest in a the family.
- adj. Younger than anyone else in a group.
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Lil 'Sis; an average and yet extraordinary kid who happens to be our lastborn.
Some of them say being a first -, middle - or lastborn has significant effects on intelligence.
She had spoken to him of the humans, the lastborn of Danu, and had tried to show him the good in them, the spark of magic that they shared with Danu's firstborn, the Sidhe.
Through all her outmost islands to seek her lastborn child.
It may be safely stated, however, that that ancient record in which man is represented as the lastborn of creation, is opposed by no geologic fact; and that if, according to Chalmers, "the Mosaic writings do not fix the antiquity of the globe," they at least _do_ fix -- making allowance, of course, for the varying estimates of the chronologer -- "the antiquity of the human species."
Man came into being as the lastborn of creation, just ere the close of that sixth day -- the third and terminal period of organic creation -- to which the great mammals belong.
Windhoek - Anna Shikongo* wanted many more children, but five-month old Johannes, perched on her lap, will forever be her lastborn.