Yean

Yean

verb transitive & i. [imperfect & participle past Yeaned ; participle present & verbal noun Yeaning.]

Etymology

Anglo-Saxon eánian, or geeánian; perhaps akin to English ewe, or perhaps to Low agnus, Greek <?>. Confer (compare) Ean.
  • To bring forth young, as a goat or a sheep; to ean. Shakespeare