Origin of juvenilia
Examples from the Web for juvenilia
How much does randomness and juvenilia and alcohol contribute to each tweet?Dear Kathryn Bigelow: Bret Easton Ellis Is Really Sorry|Bret Easton Ellis|December 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The phrase 'juvenilia carmina' seems to refer to that volume as containing this piece among others.
Many an educated Englishman has published such a volume of Juvenilia and sinned no more.Early Reviews of English Poets|John Louis Haney
One of his early essays written when he was twenty and published in the Juvenilia was called "Nurses."The Life of Robert Louis Stevenson for Boys and Girls|Jacqueline M. Overton
British Dictionary definitions for juvenilia
Word Origin for juvenilia
Word Origin and History for juvenilia
"works of a person's youth," 1620s, from Latin iuvenilia, neuter plural of iuvenilis (see juvenile).
Culture definitions for juvenilia
Works produced in childhood or youth, particularly written or artistic works.