NASCENT (adj): Coming into existence or having recently come into existence.
This word suggests a point in time when an object or idea is just being formed or has just been formed, but has not been fully realized. Thus, the noun, "nascency" (or simply "nascence"), can refer to a time of great hope or a missed opportunity.
When something undergoes change: "Her nascent cynicism about relationships came as a surprise to friends.
Situations that have just come to light: "A nascent toadyism (puxa-saquismo?) is developing around our new manager, but he's not playing favorites yet."
XY brings spark to India’s nascent (emerging?) electric car market.
He expressed caution about the nascent (recente?) economic recovery.
Mobile social networking is a nascent market.
(noun): State of being nascent; birth; beginning; origin.
His career began at the nascency (nascimento/surgimento?) of
A speaker at the 2006 NATPE Mobile show said, “at the nascent side of nascency”?
A corollary of the market's nascency is that it is often difficult to gauge the significance of many of the developments that are occurring in it.