a combination of two persons, two personalities -- something is contributed by the father and something is contributed by the mother
a human being and its life is not something that its mother should be able to take
a living, breathing person which can live independently outside of it's mother's body - not a recently fertilized egg
a lot of work especially if you are a single mother in a situation like I am
a mixture of both his mother's and his father's genetic heritage
a mother's heart walking outside her body
a person who is someone's natural or adoptive son or daughter
a son or a daughter by birth, an
A "child" under the Uniform Definition of a Child is a taxpayer's: son, daughter, or stepchild; legally adopted child or one lawfully placed with the taxpayer for legal adoption; or eligible foster child placed with the taxpayer by an authorized placement agency or by a judgment, decree, or other order of any court of competent jurisdiction.
A biological or adopted son or daughter. This may also include a stepchild or a legal ward.
A natural child, a stepchild, or an adopted child who was dependant on the plan member for support.
A biological or adopted child. A stepchild does not meet the legal definition of child. A child born out of wedlock is legally considered the child of the mother and is also usually considered the child of the father for inheritance and other purposes.
We use the term "Child" to include your biological child or any other child who can inherit your personal property under State law or who meets certain specific requirements under the Social Security Act; such as: A legally adopted child, An equitably adopted child, A stepchild, or A grandchild. See Benefits for additional information.
Your natural child, adopted child, stepchild, or foster child.