JU'NIOR, a. [L. from juvenis, young; quasi, juvenior.]

Younger; not as old as another; as a junior partner in a company. It is applied to distinguish the younger of two persons bearing the same name in one family or town, and opposed to elder; as John Doe junior.

JU'NIOR, n. A person younger than another.

The fools, my juniors by a year--