How does a child communicate with an agemate — that is, how is their conversation constructed?
1992 — Ulf Hannerz, Cultural Complexity: Studies in the Social Organization of Meaning, Columbia University Press (1992), →ISBN, page 179:
Through its leading protagonist, Karl Kraus, an agemate and former schoolmate of Hofmannsthal, this cultural current had been present already at Kafe Griensteidl; […]
1995 — Kenneth H. Rubin & Debra J. Pepler, "The Relationship of Child's Play to Socio-Cognitive Growth and Development", in Friendship and Social Relations in Children (eds. Hugh C. Foot, Anthony J. Chapman, & Jean R. Smith), Transaction Publishers (1995), →ISBN, page 219:
Hoffman recounted an anecdote in which one 15-month-old grabbed a toy from an agemate.
2002 — Debra Nails, The People of Plato: A Prosopography of Plato and Other Socratics, Hackett Publishing Company, Inc. (2002), →ISBN, page 39:
Apollodorus' birth date is set by his statement in Plato's Symposium that he was an agemate of Glaucon IV, Plato's brother.
2006 — James R. Delisle, Parenting Gifted Kids: Tips for Raising Happy And Successful Children, Prufrock Press Inc. (2006), →ISBN, page 21:
Simply put, an agemate is someone who was born in the same year as you.
2009 — Judith Rich Harris, The Nurture Assumption: Why Children Turn Out the Way They Do, Free Press (2009), →ISBN, page 147:
Twins are in an unusual situation: they have an agemate to play with from Day One.
2010 — Love P. Maya, Off the Village Mat, Xlibris (2010), →ISBN, page 64:
Eva, one of my cousins who was my agemate, assisted me with the purchases.