-nene is only used for people; for animals, -nono is used. So says the Wiktionary.
Publopublico, why is 'the child is "fat "' wrong? I thought Iit means the same as fat too
I'm sorry. I don't understand your question.
This is the 1st time that i put kid for child and it wasnt accepted.
A "kid" can also be a baby gaot
Maybe if you live on a goat farm- I always think of humans when I think of kids. Also, I'm pretty sure -nene is only used with humans.
Why is "A fat child" incorrect?
Probably because you're missing the verb there
Not every child is fat. So i think it must be a fat child