juvenilia [joo-vuh-nil-ee-uh, -nil-yuh]
1. works, especially writings, produced in one's youth: His juvenilia were more successful than his mature writings.
2. literary or artistic productions suitable or designed for the young: publishers of juvenilia.
Origin: 1615-25; < Latin, noun use of neuter plural of juvenīlis juvenile
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