The definition of a doe is a female deer, goat, hare or kangaroo.
A male of the European red deer, esp. after its fifth year, when the crown antlers are formed; stag
A full-grown male deer, esp. a hart or a caribou
(Finance, jargon) One million dollars.
Fawn is defined as a light yellow brown color, often used to describe the color of an animal’s coat.
A male red deer when four years old.
(Obs.) The flesh of a game animal, used as food
A small point or spike for holding a candle upright.
A large deer (Rangifer tarandus) of the Arctic tundra and northern boreal forests, having large hooves and long branched antlers in both sexes, and widely domesticated in Eurasia. Subspecies native to North America and Greenland are usually called caribou.
Any of various hoofed mammals of the family Cervidae, which includes the deer and elk. Male cervids typically grow antlers that are shed yearly.
The male of the roe deer
Any of various warm-blooded vertebrate animals of the class Mammalia, whose young feed on milk that is produced by the mother's mammary glands. Unlike other vertebrates, mammals have a diaphragm that separates the heart and lungs from the other internal organs, red blood cells that lack a nucleus, and usually hair or fur. All mammals but the monotremes bear live young. Mammals include rodents, cats, dogs, ungulates, cetaceans, and apes.
Any of various even-toed hoofed mammals of the suborder Ruminantia. Ruminants usually have a stomach divided into four compartments (called the rumen, reticulum, omasum, and abomasum), and chew a cud consisting of regurgitated, partially digested food. Ruminants include cattle, sheep, goats, deer, giraffes, antelopes, and camels.
A two-year-old, male European red deer during its second stage of antler growth
A deer (Cervus elaphus) native to Europe and Asia
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