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juvenilia

noun plural ju·ve·nil·ia \ˌjü-və-ˈni-lē-ə\

Definition of JUVENILIA

1
:  compositions produced in the artist's or author's youth
2
:  artistic or literary compositions suited to or designed for the young

Origin of JUVENILIA

Latin, neuter plural of juvenilis
First Known Use: 1622

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