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boyhood

[ boi-hood ]
/ ˈbɔɪ hʊd /
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noun

the state or period of being a boy: Boyhood is a happy time of life.
boys collectively: the boyhood of America.

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Origin of boyhood

First recorded in 1735–45; boy + -hood

OTHER WORDS FROM boyhood

pre·boy·hood, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for boyhood

boyhood
/ (ˈbɔɪhʊd) /

noun

the state or time of being a boyhis boyhood was happy
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