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- whelp (n.)
- Old English hwelp "whelp, young of the dog," from a Germanic root related to Old Saxon hwelp, Old Norse hvelpr, Dutch welp, German hwelf; of unknown origin. Now largely displaced by puppy. Also applied to wild animals. Sense of "scamp" first recorded early 14c.
- whelp (v.)
- c. 1200, from whelp (n.). Related: Whelped; whelping.
- 1. That is the sole consideration which can make him endure the whelp.
- 2. Mr. Harthou wondered why the whelp looked so ill.
- 3. This whelp is the only person she loves!
- 4. Please inspect S 001 the ear whelp quantity is not correct.
- 5. I have no idea what to do with this whelp.
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