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Whelp definition is - any of the young of various carnivorous mammals and ... See the full definition for whelp in the English Language Learners Dictionary.

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*entire posse laughs , and suddenly a the story-teller's wife walks into the bar, brief pause as everyone looks at her* Whelp, time for me to getting home I s'pose.

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Whelp definition, the young of the dog, or of the wolf, bear, lion, tiger, seal, etc. See more.

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It doesn't sound as cute as "puppy," but whelp means the same thing: a baby dog or wolf. This can also be a verb, as in "The mama poodle whelped six whelps."

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Definition of whelp - a puppy., a boy or young man (often as a disparaging form of address), a set of projections on the barrel of a capstan or windlass.

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From Middle English whelp, from Old English hwelp (“pup, wolf cub”), from Proto- Germanic *hwelpaz (compare Dutch welp, German Welpe, Norwegian Nynorsk ...

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Define whelp. whelp synonyms, whelp pronunciation, whelp translation, English dictionary definition of whelp. n. 1. A young offspring of a carnivorous mammal, ...

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Define whelping. whelping synonyms, whelping pronunciation, whelping translation, English dictionary definition of whelping. n. 1. A young offspring of a ...

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Nov 30, 2012 ... ... to do with “the young of various carnivorous mammals and especially of the dog,” to quote the Merriam-Webster dictionary definition of whelp.