Suckling



noun
1.
an infant or a young animal that is not yet weaned.
noun
1.
Sir John, 1609–42, English poet.
verb (used with object), suckled, suckling.
1.
to nurse at the breast or udder.
2.
to nourish or bring up.
3.
to put to suck.
verb (used without object), suckled, suckling.
4.
to suck at the breast or udder.
noun
1.
an infant or young animal that is still taking milk from the mother
2.
a very young child
noun
1.
Sir John. 1609–42, English Cavalier poet and dramatist
verb
1.
to give (a baby or young animal) milk from the breast or (of a baby, etc) to suck milk from the breast
2.
(transitive) to bring up; nurture

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