MEANING: noun: The young of an animal, especially of a sheep or a goat.
adjective: New-born; infant.

ETYMOLOGY: From yean (to give birth to a young), from Old English geeanian, from eanian (to bear young) + -ling (small, young, inferior). Earliest documented use: 1644.

YEARNLING - the first faint glimmering of a desire

YE, MANLING - I'm talkin' ta you, punk

YEAN LINGO - spoken in the land of Ye