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Definition of the verb ablactate
What does ablactate mean as a doing word?
- gradually deprive (infants and young mammals) of mother's milk
Alternative definition of the verb ablactate
- [rare] To wean - Bailey.
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by David Grambs
exceptional, isolated, or disconnected only a rare and abjunctive phenomenon ablactate (ab-LAK-tayt) to wean from the breast the process of ablactating twins ablatitious (ab-la-TISH-us) lessening, diminishing, ...
A Work of Universal Reference in All Departments of Knowledge, with a New Atlas of the World by William Dwight Whitney
ablactate (ab-lak'tat), v. t. ' pret. and pp. ablactated, ppr. ablaetating. l:( L. ablactatus, p . of ablac-tarc wean, ( ab from, + lactare, give suck: see elation] 0 wean from ...
Who Reside in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Cape Breton and Newfoundland by Silas Tertius Rand
Ablactate, Boonetämoo'k. Able, Tëtpigunnëdum ; Tëbigunëdum; Mëlkig- unae ; Nädädaase ; Mi'lese ; Pëgwödoo. / cannot ...
by Stanley Newman, Daniel Stark
eschew, forbid, forego, recall, recant, reject 7 abstain, disavow, forsake, retract 8 abdicate, disallow, disclaim, forswear, keep from, prohibit, renounce, swear off, withdraw 9 foreswear, proscribe, repudiate 10 contravene ablactate: 4 wean __ ...
London Encyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art, Literature and Practical Mechanics (1829)
Comprising a Popular View of the Present State of Knowledge
ABLACTATE, feed with milk. To wean ABLAZE', a. On blaze. See BLAze. A'BLE, v . & adj.) Abal, Goth. Strength, A'BLENESS, ower, force, skill, are the ABILITY, eading ideas. The verb, A'BLY. to able, had two other significations, now obsolete : ...
to which is prefixed, a Grammar of the English Language by Samuel Johnson
To put frorn the brcalt ; to ablactate. Ray.
by Thomas Sheridan
To ABLACTATE ...
ETYMOLOGICAL DICTIONARY (1868)
by JOHN OSWALD
Ablactate. Ab ; lac Ablation. Ab ; latum. Able. Habeo. Ablepsy. A ; blepo. Abligate. Ab ; ligo. Ablocate. Ab ; locus. Abluent, ablution. Ab; luo. Abnegate. Ab ; nego. Abuormous. Ab; norma. Abolish, abolition. Ab ; oleo. Abominable, abominate.
To which is Prefixed, a Grammar of the English Language by J. Johnson
To ABLACTATE, v. a. to wean from the breast : in a secondary sense, to leave off a thing which is become habitual. A word seldom used ABLACTA'TION, m. s. the ad of weaning a child: metaphorically, the quitting an inveterate habit. Seldom ...
For the Use of Schools, &c by Stephen Jones
renouncing by oath [breast Ablactate, Ab-lāk'-täte .
And Expositor of the English Language... by John Walker
To Ablactate, ab- lak£tate, v. a. 91. To wean from the breast. Ablactation, db-lak-ta-shun, s. One of ...
A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary and Expositor of the English Language ... Abridged and Adapted to the Use of the Citizens of the United States (1824)
by John Walker
abjuring Ablactate, áb-lák'tate. v. a. to wean Ablactation, ...
by V&S EDITORIAL BOARD
Ablactate – (verb) deprive of mother's milk.
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