a device for a baby to bite on during teething.
Compare teething ring.
a baby who is teething.
noun, Pathology. 1. habitual, purposeless clenching and grinding of the teeth, especially during sleep.
noun, Dentistry. 1. eruption of the deciduous teeth, especially the phenomena associated with their eruption. verb (used without object), teethed, teething. 1. to grow teeth; cut one’s teeth. verb 1. (intransitive) to cut one’s baby (deciduous) teeth teething teeth·ing (tē’ðĭng) n. The eruption or cutting of the teeth.
noun 1. a circular ring, usually of plastic, ivory, bone, etc., on which a teething baby can bite. teething ring noun 1. a plastic, hard rubber, or bone ring on which babies may bite while teething
- Teething troubles
plural noun 1. the difficulties or problems that arise during the initial stages of a project, enterprise, etc