A young child or animal nursed at the breast.
A foal that is still with its mother; it has not been weaned; usually it is under four months of age.
To young to be weaned.
A foal in its first year of life, while it is still nursing.
English poet and courtier (1609-1642)
an infant considered in relation to its nurse
a young mammal that has not been weaned
feeding an infant by giving suck at the breast
The entire process of an infant breastfeeding, including sucking, compression of areola with jawas, seal with lips, tongue massaging milk out of the sinuses.
the feeding behavior of very young mammals as they get milk from their mother’s teats
( Suckling the Mender): n. 1. A young mammal not yet weaned. 2. Also, Sir John Suckling, an English poet who lived from approx. 1609 until approx. 1642.
a Thoroughbred still nursing with its dam
A foal which is still nursing.
Giving a baby milk from the breast. Also called breast-feeding or nursing.
When the baby breastfeeds.
A baby horse that is still nursing.