Whelp definition is - any of the young of various carnivorous mammals and ... See the full definition for whelp in the English Language Learners Dictionary.
*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.
Whelp definition, the young of the dog, or of the wolf, bear, lion, tiger, seal, etc. See more.
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."
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.
From Middle English whelp, from Old English hwelp (“pup, wolf cub”), from Proto- Germanic *hwelpaz (compare Dutch welp, German Welpe, Norwegian Nynorsk ...
Define whelp. whelp synonyms, whelp pronunciation, whelp translation, English dictionary definition of whelp. n. 1. A young offspring of a carnivorous mammal, ...
Define whelping. whelping synonyms, whelping pronunciation, whelping translation, English dictionary definition of whelping. n. 1. A young offspring of a ...
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.