The young of a sheep or goat; a lamb or kid.
Newly born; infant.
He could have flung himself at Mme. de Beauseant’s feet; he longed for the power of the devil if he could snatch her away and hide her in his heart, as an eagle snatches up some white yeanling from the plains and bears it to its eyrie.
The word 'yeanling' comes from 'yean' ("to give birth to") and the suffix '-ling'.