"baby rabies" meaning in All languages combined

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Noun [English]

Audio: En-au-baby rabies.ogg [Australia]
Head templates: {{en-noun|-}} baby rabies (uncountable)
  1. (slang, humorous or derogatory) An urgent desire to have a baby or grandchild. Tags: slang, uncountable Categories (topical): Babies
    Sense id: baby_rabies-en-noun-d0QP0sXq Categories (other): English rhyming compounds Synonyms: baby fever

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