preweaning

adjective
pre·​wean·​ing | \ˌprē-ˈwē-niŋ \
variants: or pre-weaning

Definition of preweaning 

: existing or occurring before an animal or person has been weaned preweaning mortality among calves

Other Words from preweaning

preweaned \ ˌprē-​ˈwēnd \ or pre-weaned adjective
preweaned calves

First Known Use of preweaning

1916, in the meaning defined above

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