Baby tooth

milk tooth.
one of the temporary teeth of a mammal that are replaced by the permanent teeth.
Historical Examples

The baby tooth, as I have already explained, is formed in a little pocket in the gum.
Natural Wonders Edwin Tenney Brewster

another term for milk tooth
any of the first teeth to erupt; a deciduous tooth Also called baby tooth See also dentition

baby tooth n.
See deciduous tooth.

milk tooth n.
See deciduous tooth.


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