Originally Posted by ThePatches
Do you mean "budding", like moe?
Ooohhh. So I learned something today. I always though that "moe" was from "moeru" for "to burn".
And now we're officially
To weigh in on this whole "much ado about feldging/feldgling" issue, I've heard fledgling used as an adjective, in the way that CrazyAce used it, and have not batted an eyelid. In fact I've heard it used that way just as much as I've heard it used as a noun to describe a hatchling or a blue-chipper.
This Brit here - if no other - is going against the dictionary.