I. \\ˈspēn\ transitive verb
Etymology: Middle Dutch spenen, from spene teat; akin to Old English spane teat, Middle High German spenen to entice, wean, Old Norse speni teat, Old Irish sine
chiefly Scotland : wean
II. noun (-s)
Etymology: origin unknown
dialect England : prong I 2

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