What is another word for cattle?

1400 synonyms found


[ kˈatə͡l], [ kˈatə‍l], [ k_ˈa_t_əl]

Cattle are often referred to as bovines, which is a synonym for the word. Other synonyms for the word cattle include cows, bulls, heifers, steers, oxen, and beef. Each of these synonyms has its own unique connotation or use case. For example, cows are typically female cattle that have given birth to a calf, and heifers are female cattle that have not yet given birth. Bulls are typically male cattle used for breeding, while steers are castrated male cattle raised for beef. Oxen are trained cattle used for plowing fields or pulling carts. Regardless of the synonym used, cattle are important animals in the agriculture industry, providing meat, milk, and other dairy products important for human consumption.

Related words: farm animals, sheep, ram, bison, goat, pig, cows, chicken

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    Usage examples for Cattle

    Great, which is making war upon the bad Samburus and takes their cattle.
    "In Desert and Wilderness"
    Henryk Sienkiewicz
    Let him make up his cattle, and say that Mr. Repton remains here for the night.
    "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)"
    Charles James Lever
    We'll all go right along living the same as ever, and the first snow will make this fire seem as old as the war-except to the cattle; they're the ones to get it in the neck this winter.
    "Lonesome Land"
    B. M. Bower

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