The young of the cow, or of the Bovine family of quadrupeds. Also, the young of some other mammals, as of the elephant, rhinoceros, hippopotamus, and whale.
An awkward or silly boy or young man; any silly person; a dolt.
A small mass of ice set free from the submerged part of a glacier or berg, and rising to the surface.
Young cattle less than a year old.
Offspring of cattle, from birth to 1 year of age.
A young male or female bovine animal under 1 year of age.
Young cetacean that is still being fed by its mother.
A young male or female bovine. Usually referred to as calves until reaching sexual maturity.
a young dolphin
young cattle that has not reached sexual maturity (usually between 3 and 8 months of age).
A baby cetacean still being feed milk by mother.
A switcher-type diesel locomotive, complete with engine, generator, and traction motors, but lacking an operating cab. It is semi-permanently joined to a similar unit with a cab, called a "cow".
Same as calved ice.
rennet A substance derived from rennin, an enzyme found in the fourth stomach of a milk-fed calf. It is used to coagulate (curdle) milk.
Bovine with no permanent incisor erupted and weighing no more than 70kg (HSCW).
A sexually immature young cow.
a young elk COW a female elk
young of domestic cattle
young of various large placental mammals e.g. whale or giraffe or elephant or buffalo
a child of a cow and a bull
a young bovine animal, especially a young cow
a young " Bull ", and the Bull was the symbolic figure for the earlier religion of Mithraism which flourished in " The Age of Taurus "
a young heifer or bull
The sexually immature young of certain large mammals including cattle.
A bovine no permanent incisor teeth, can be a male or a female with no secondary sex characteristics.
a young-of-the-year, typically born in fall or winter.
Another member of the bovine family, the calf is a small cow and it too likes eating grass, but starts off drinking milk, not unlike humans.
rhymes with half): young of various large animals, such as cows, whales, and elephants (plural: calves)
A young cetacean or sirenian.
A baby whale.
herringbone milking parlor ruminant
(young bull) = strongest of God's creations
a newborn whale or dolphin.
The skin of a young or immature bovine animal not exceeding a certain weight.
baby cow. Usually cattlemen plan for their herds to calve (have their young) in the early spring. The animals are then rounded-up and marked by branding and earmarking to denote ownership.
Baby cetacean that is still being nursed by its mother.