Whelp

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  • young of any of various canines such as a dog or wolf
  • birth; "the dog whelped"

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  • young of any of various canines such as a dog or wolf

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Wikipedia Meaning and Definition on 'Whelp'


  • Whelp: Whelp may refer to: Whelping, the birthing of carnivorous mammals any young, carnivorous mammal; most commonly a puppy Whelp (tidal bore) in an undular
  • Whelp Street: Coordinates: 52°06′40″N 0°50′35″E / 52.111°N 0.843°E / 52.111; 0.843 Whelp Street is a hamlet in the parish of Preston St Mary, in the Babergh District
  • HMS Whelp: Navy has borne the name HMS Whelp, while another was planned. Another twelve have borne the name Lion's Whelp: HMS Whelp was to have been a modified W-class
  • HMS Whelp (R37): For other ships of the same name, see HMS Whelp. HMS Whelp was a W-class destroyer of the Royal Navy (RN) that was ordered and launched during the Second
  • Lyon's Whelp: full rigged pinnaces, each of which carried the name Lion's Whelp. At least one Lion's Whelp participated in the English attempt to relieve the Huguenot
  • Foxwhelp: it is commented that "cider for strength [...] is best made of the Fox-whelp of the Forest of Dean, but which comes not to be drunk until two or three

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