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pacifier: a rubber or plastic nipple or teething ring for a baby to suck or chew on.

pacifier gag: a pacifierDEF used to prevent speach, often secured in place with straps.

padding: diapers.

padded: diapered.

panty: a garment, usually an feminine undergarment, covering the abdomen from waist to hip. It is usually loose fitting, but drawn with elastic at the waist and leg openings.

paraphilia: a persistent drive toward an unusual sexual practice or social role.  For more information, see Paraphilic Infantilism: History of the Term

paruresis: the inability to urinate at specific times, such as in crowded restrooms. Also called a "shy bladderDEF." For more information, see Overcoming Shy/Overtrained Bladders.

pee: noun, (US, infantile) Urine, -verb, to urinate.

pee-pee: (US, infantile), peeDEF

pinafore: a sleeveless gown that fastens in back, often worn as an outer covering.


pinwheel: a Wartenberg pinwheelDEF.

pilchers: (Australia and New Zealand), a nappy (diaper) cover.

play age: the age of the role an ageplayer emulates during scenes, contrasted with chronological ageDEF. Play age and fantasy ageDEF may be the same. For more information on developmental features by age, see Developmental Milestones Chart for Children.

pluggy: (US, infantile), a pacifierDEF 

perambulator: (Brit.), a baby carriage.

playpen: a portable enclosure in which a baby can be left to play.

play-yard: a playpenDEF.

prate: To chatter

prattle: 1. To make infantile meaningless sounds, 2. To speak simply and artlessly.

prefold diaper: diaper sewn with additional layers in the center to simply folding.

poop: (US, infantile), feces, verb, to defecate.

poopie: (US, infantile), soiled.

poo-poo: (US, infantile), feces.

potty: (US, infantile), a small pot for use as a toilet by an infant or young child.

potty chair: (US, infantile), a chair fitted with a small pot for use as a toilet by an infant or young child.

preschool: adjective, a nursery schoolDEF, pertaining to, or designed for a child of nursery school age.

PUL: PolyUrethane Laminate, an opaque material made from laminating a polyurethane film onto a polyester fabric. It is used in plastic pants as a more durable alternative to PVCDEF.

purge: part of the binge-purge cycle involving ending ABDL practices and disposing of ABDL paraphernalia.

PVC: PolyVinylChloride, a flexible plastic commonly used in plastic pants. It may be clear, colored, or opaque.


receiving blanket: a lightweight blanket used to wrap a baby esp. after a bath.

regress: to adopt the thoughts and behaviors of a younger age.

regression: the process of regressing. noun, the practice of regressing. See regressDEF.

regression stories: stories in which a character, usually the protagonist, is regressed mentally or behaviorally into a small child or infant.

ring diaper: a traditional Japanese cloth diaper woven as a loop so that it can be dried on a peg. These diapers could be wingfoldedDEF, triangle-foldedDEF, or used as doublersDEF. They were held in place by cords, knots in the corners, or ties around the waist of the diaper covers.

rocking chair: a chair mounted to curved skids to provide a rocking motion, as the chair rolls back and fourth along the skids. A newer nursery might have a gliderDEF instead.

romper: 1. A type of overall with a billowing lower half. 2. A type of short sleeved, legless overall where the bottom section is pulled up between the legs and fastened to the waist.

rhumba panties: a type of panty with rows of frills on the bottom. Usually made in the pull-on style, but sometimes found with side snaps. Generally considered to be a baby girl's attire.

rhumba tights: similar to rhumba panties, but with stocking legs.

rubber duckies: a usually opaque waterproof pant used as a diaper cover.

rugrat: (US, slang), A small child whose chief method of locomotion is crawling on the floor.

- Updated:16 July 2015     

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