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sprog

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsprogsprog /sprɒɡ $ sprɑːɡ/ noun [countable]  British English informalCHILD a child or baby – used humorously
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sprogThe only person to flash the sustained F7c was Lancashire's Ian Vicers - not bad for a sprog of only 17.Being nobbut a sprog, I remember wondering why bassist Bruce was playing a guitar.It was a family gift, his mad Uncle Jimmy had told him when he was but a scrawny sprog.It can get really frantic when your sprogs are on the verge of starvation.
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