Part of speech:
Of a large family (Bovidae) of ruminants, having a pair of hollow, unbranched horns, including oxen, sheep, goats, and antelopes
Of an ox
For or conducive to meditation
Any of a group of swift, bovid ruminants usually living in wild herds on the plains of Africa and Asia, including the gnu, impala, and kudu
A bovine mammal (Bison bison) of western North America, having large forequarters, a shaggy mane, and a massive head with short curved horns; a buffalo.
A robe made of buffalo skin
Either of two species of large, domesticated ruminants (genus Camelus) with a humped back, long neck, and large, cushioned feet: capable of storing water in its bodily tissue, the camel is the common beast of burden in Asian and African deserts
The definition of a cow is the female of domestic cattle and certain other mammals including whales, manatees and elephants.
Any of a family (Cervidae) of ruminants, including the elk, moose, and reindeer; esp., the smaller species, as the white-tailed deer and mule deer: in most species, usually only the males grow and shed bony antlers annually
Any of a genus (Capra) of wild or domesticated bovid ruminants with hollow horns
A domesticated South American ruminant mammal (Lama glama) related to the camel and having a long neck and small head, raised for its warm wool and used as a beast of burden.
The definition of a sheep is a woolly mammal with horns, or a slang term for a person who follows the crowd, is meek and is easily led.
A piece of advice:
A domesticated yak, used as a work animal or raised for meat and milk.
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