whelp(redirected from whelps)
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A young offspring of a carnivorous mammal, especially a dog or wolf.
v. whelped, whelping, whelps
To give birth to whelps or a whelp.
To give birth to (whelps or a whelp).
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whelpverb A poetic (i.e., nonmedical) term meaning to bear offspring.
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