Relating to that tribe of ruminant mammals of which the genus Bos is the type.
of or relating to or belonging to the genus Bos (cattle)
any of a family (Bovidae) of ruminants that have hollow unbranched permanently attached horns present in both sexes and that include antelopes, oxen, sheep, and goats
a member of the mammalian family Bovidae, within the order Artiodactyla. This family includes cows, bison, buffalo, antelopes, gazelles, sheep, goats, muskoxen, and many others.
A member of the artiodactyl family. Members of this family have unbranched horns comprising a layer of keratin surrounding a bony core. These horns are never shed, as opposed to the antlers of deer. Bovids also have divided ("cloven") hooves and chew their cud (utilizing a 4-chambered ruminating stomach). Bovids include cattle, oxen, bison, buffaloes, sheep, goats and antelopes (which include gazelles).
Animals with hooves and permanent horns.
A bovid is any of almost 140 species of cloven-hoofed mammals belonging to the family Bovidae. The family is widespread, being native to all continents except South America, Australia and Antarctica, and diverse: members include buffalo, bison, antelopes, gazelles, and both wild and domesticated cattle, sheep, goats, and water buffalo.