Weanling

A weanling is an animal that has just been weaned. The term is usually used to refer to a type of young horse, a foal that has been weaned, usually between the ages of 6 months and a year. Once a year old, the horse is referred to as a yearling The word is also sometimes used to describe young cattle and pigs, though `weaner` is more common in t.....
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Weanling

• (n.) A child or animal newly weaned; a wean. • a. & n. from Wean, v. • (a.) Recently weaned.
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Weanling

Wean'ling adjective & noun from Wean , v. « The weaning of the whelp is the great test of the skill of the kennel man.» J. H. Walsh. Weaning brash . (Medicine) See under Brash .
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Weanling

Wean'ling noun [ Wean + - ling .] A child or animal newly weaned; a wean.
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weanling

A baby horse, up to its first birthday.
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Weanling

A foal that has been separated from its mother; usually 4–12 months of age
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Weanling

A foal that has been weaned from its mother, but is less than one year old.[272]
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Weanling

A horse under one years old that has been weaned from his mother.
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Weanling

A mouse that is 19-25 days old, after it has been weaned off its mother s milk.
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Weanling

A newly weaned rabbit regardless of future use
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Weanling

A weaned calf.
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weanling

Type: Term Pronunciation: wēn′ling Definitions: 1. A young animal that has become adjusted to food other than milk from its mother or other sources and in animals, no longer dependent on mother for protection or nurturing.
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