In ancient Wales, at fourteen the male was to become essentially a ward of the state (gwlad). [See "At His Father's Platter", April 28, 2011.]
From the age of twelve years, the female was able to be given "to a husband". [See "Daughters", May 1, 2011.]
The following table gives more words of life, beginning with "boy" to "man", and "girl" to "women".
In the Welsh, "B" words again stay with the males, but "M" words shift to the women. The English of course follows the Anglo-Saxon. No real pattern continues for the Greek, Latin, and French. Again, the Welsh shows its distinct language for the sounds it makes to give the words of life.
The table is the same given last post, but the additional words are shown in "human development" order, giving a chronology of words which pronounce the stages of life.