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weaner ‎(plural weaners)

  1. An animal that has been recently weaned.
    • 1938, Xavier Herbert, Capricornia, Chapter IX, p. 138 [1]
      "I mean she's too young to get married," said Oscar. "Doesn't know she's alive yet—like calfing a weaner."
  2. A device used to help wean a young animal by keeping it from suckling.

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