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little (n.)
Other formssyskid (n.)
Applies toheadmates

A little is a headmate that behaves or otherwise feels like they are a young age. This often approximately caps at age twelve, but may vary personally between systems based on their body's age.

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Syskid was coined as an alternative to the term little.

Middle and big are other common age indicators.

Age sliding is when a headmate varies in how old they feel, often going back and forth between adult and little, but can be any ages.

If a little holds more "adult" kinds of trauma, they may use the littlex label too.