offspring (plural offsprings or offspring)
- A person's daughter(s) and/or son(s); a person's children.
- All of a person's descendants, including further generations.
- An animal or plant's progeny or young.
- (figuratively) Anything produced; the result of an entity's efforts.
- Artists often treasure their works as their immortal offspring.
- (computing) A process launched by another process.
- (daughter(s) and/or son(s)) baby/babies, child/children, fruit of one's loins, issue (plural only), get, kid/kids
- (all descendants) binary clone, descendants, fruit of one's loins, get, lineage, progeny, seed
- (daughter(s) and/or son(s)) genitor (rare), parent, progenitor, father (male), mother (female)
- (descendants) ancestors, forbears/forebears, forefathers
- French: enfant
- German: Nachkomme, Nachkommin, Kind, Sohn, Tochter, Sprössling
- Italian: discendente, figlio, figlia
- Portuguese: filho, filha, rebento
- Russian: пото́мок
- Spanish: vástago, descendiente, sucesor, sucesor
- French: enfance (collective), (♂♀ or only ♂) enfants, descendance, progéniture (humorous)
- German: Abkömmlinge, Nachfahren, Nachfahrinnen, Nachwuchs (uncountable, no pl), Sprösslinge, Nachkommen, Nachkomminnen, Nachkommenschaft (collective sg), Kinder
- Italian: discendenti, prole
- Portuguese: descendência
- Russian: пото́мство
- Spanish: descendencia, linaje, prole, progenie, progenitura
- German: Hinterlassenschaft