lacto-, lact-, lacti-

(Latin: milk)

ablactation (s) (noun), ablactations (pl)
The weaning of a child from nursing or the cessation of milk secretion: There was an ablactation or substitution of other food for Joan's milk in the diet of her baby.

The nurse provided an educational booklet to the new mothers about the ablactation of infants.

There is considerable research in the area of ablactation which makes available appropriate information for the nourishment of human infants and other young of mammals.

lactagog
lactagogue
Adapted to produce a flow of milk.
Lactarius
lactase
lactate
lactation
lacteal
lactesce
lactescence
lactescent
lactic
lactide
lactiferous (adjective), more lactiferous, most lactiferous
Characteristic of something which produces a white, milky secretion: The more lactiferous cow in the farmer's herd often nursed calves of other, younger cows, which were not as lactiferous.
lactifuge

Related "milk" unit: galacto-.