minor

Definition (noun): a young person of either sex

Example: she writes books for children

Definition (noun): a young person of either sex

Example: they’re just kids

Definition (noun): a young person of either sex

Example: `tiddler’ is a British term for youngster

Definition (verb): have as one’s secondary field of study

Example: in collee she minored in mathematics

Definition (adjective): of lesser importance or stature or rank

Example: a minor poet

Definition (adjective): of lesser importance or stature or rank

Example: had a minor part in the play

Definition (adjective): of lesser importance or stature or rank

Example: a minor official

Definition (adjective): of lesser importance or stature or rank

Example: many of these hardy adventurers were minor noblemen

Definition (adjective): of lesser importance or stature or rank

Example: minor back roads

Definition (adjective): lesser in scope or effect

Example: had minor differences

Definition (adjective): lesser in scope or effect

Example: a minor disturbance

Definition (adjective): inferior in number or size or amount

Example: a minor share of the profits

Definition (adjective): inferior in number or size or amount

Example: Ursa Minor

Definition (adjective): (of a scale or mode) having half steps between the second and third degrees, and (usually) the fifth and sixth degrees, and the seventh and eighth degrees

Example: the minor keys

Definition (adjective): (of a scale or mode) having half steps between the second and third degrees, and (usually) the fifth and sixth degrees, and the seventh and eighth degrees

Example: in B flat minor

Definition (adjective): not of legal age

Example: minor children

Definition (adjective): of lesser seriousness or danger

Example: suffered only minor injuries

Definition (adjective): of lesser seriousness or danger

Example: some minor flooding

Definition (adjective): of lesser seriousness or danger

Example: a minor tropical disturbance

Definition (adjective): of your secondary field of academic concentration or specialization

Definition (adjective): of the younger of two boys with the same family name

Example: Jones minor

Definition (adjective): warranting only temporal punishment

Example: venial sin

Definition (adjective): relatively moderate, limited, or small

Example: a small business

Definition (adjective): relatively moderate, limited, or small

Example: a newspaper with a modest circulation

Definition (adjective): relatively moderate, limited, or small

Example: small-scale plans

Definition (adjective): relatively moderate, limited, or small

Example: a pocket-size country