eldest definition

  • adjective:
    • Greatest in age or seniority. See Usage Note at elder1.
    • superlative form of old: many old.; biggest in age or seniority.
    • Oldest; longest in period.
    • delivered or living very first, or before the other people, as a son, girl, sibling, etc.; first in source. See Elder.
    • first-in order of birth
    • Greatest in age or seniority. See Usage Note at elder1.
    • superlative as a type of old: many old.; biggest in age or seniority.
    • Oldest; longest in timeframe.
    • delivered or residing first, or before the other individuals, as a son, child, sibling, etc.; first-in beginning. See Elder.
    • first in order of birth
    • Greatest in age or seniority. See Usage Note at elder1.
    • superlative type of old: many old.; greatest in age or seniority.
    • Oldest; longest in timeframe.
    • created or living first, or ahead of the other individuals, as a son, daughter, bro, etc.; first-in beginning. See Elder.
    • first-in order of delivery
  • others:
    • Oldest; most sophisticated in age; which was born very first: as, the eldest daughter or son.
    • Oldest; innovative in age; which was produced initially: as, the eldest son or daughter.
    • Oldest; sophisticated in age; which was born very first: as, the eldest daughter or son.
  • noun:
    • the offspring which came first-in your order of beginning
    • the offspring whom came first-in the order of birth
    • the offspring who emerged first in the order of beginning

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