|anatrikian (n., adj.)|
Anatrikian describes a maturity level for headmates that is young and associated with some level of self-reliance but not full independence. This may correspond to the human age of prepubescent children, to juvenile stages in animals, or to a nonhuman equivalent.
Related Terms[edit | edit source]
This term uses the -ikian suffix.
History[edit | edit source]
The term comes from the Greek "anatrefo" for fledging, and "ilikia" for age.