An animal one year old, or in the second year of its age; -- applied chiefly to cattle, sheep, and horses.
Being a year old.
A salmon that is about one year old and may be ready to swim out to sea.
An animal that is more than one year old, but less than two. See Long yearling, and Short yearling. See Also: Long yearling. Short yearling.
A one-year old seedling.
a one-year-old individual in its second year of life
a young child
a racehorse considered one year old until the second Jan. 1 following its birth
a one-year old animal
one that is a year old
a thoroughbred between the first New Year's Day after being foaled and the following January 1.
A horse in its second calendar year of life, beginning Jan. 1st of the year following its birth in Northern hemisphere and August 1st on southern hemisphere..
The age at which all horses completely forget the things you taught them previously.
a young Thoroughbred after the January 1st following its foaling, until the next January 1st
A bird in its second year of life. This is defined as January 1st of the next year. Thus, if a bird is hatched and banded with its year of birth band on Dec. 7, it will still be considered as a yearling for purposes of racing or show come January 1 of the next year. Some breeds do not use the yearling terminology and consider all birds simply Old Birds from the second year on.
A one year old goat.
A horse in its second calendar year of life, beginning January 1 of the year following its birth.
A horse that is 1 year old.
A horse which is one year old. January 1 after the year of the birth of a foal is the birthday for all thoroughbred horses. On January 1, a foal becomes a yearling, and on the following January1, it becomes a two-year-old, etc.