English noun: boy
|1.||boy (person) a youthful male person|
|Samples||The baby was a boy.|
She made the boy brush his teeth every night.
Most soldiers are only boys in uniform.
|Broader (hypernym)||male, male person|
|Narrower (hyponym)||altar boy, ball boy, bat boy, catamite, cub, farm boy, Fauntleroy, lad, laddie, Little Lord Fauntleroy, ploughboy, plowboy, schoolboy, Scout, shop boy, sonny, sonny boy|
|Antonyms||female child, little girl, girl|
|2.||boy (person) a friendly informal reference to a grown man|
|Samples||He likes to play golf with the boys.|
|Broader (hypernym)||adult male, man|
|Narrower (hyponym)||broth of a boy, broth of a man, one of the boys|
|3.||boy (person) a male human offspring|
|Samples||Their son became a famous judge.|
His boy is taller than he is.
|Broader (hypernym)||male offspring, man-child|
|Narrower (hyponym)||Jnr, Jr, Junior, mama's boy, mamma's boy, mother's boy|
|4.||boy (person) (ethnic slur) offensive and disparaging term for Black man|
|Samples||Get out of my way, boy.|
|Broader (hypernym)||Black man|
|Domain usage||depreciation, derogation, disparagement, ethnic slur|