“Baby cat” or “baby kitten”? [closed]

Considering that a kitten is a young cat by itself, is it grammatically correct to say “baby kitten”? Or is “baby kitten” awkward as it would mean something like “baby young cat”?

Answer

Yes, “baby kitten” is allowable. It could be considered somewhat redundant, but it’s a sort of redundancy that serves to act as a way of making the phrase more emphatic, e.g., “Look at how cute the baby kittens are!”

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