The hide of an animal, separated from the body, whether green, dry, or tanned; especially, that of a small animal, as a calf, sheep, or goat.
To strip off the skin or hide of; to flay; to peel; as, to skin an animal.
See - HIDE
Leather from a small animal such as calf, pig, fox, etc.
The pelt from smaller animals (goat,sheep,deer,dog, etc.)[Thornton/Swann, 1983
a bag serving as a container for liquids; it is made from the skin of an animal
The hind of goat is the preferred skin for the djembe, although antelope and cow have also been used; but since cow skin is thicker, it is typically used on big dunun drums to achieve a deeper base sound. Also see head.
General. The outer covering of an animal. (2) In the strict sense. The outer covering of small mammals and other vertebrates, e.g. sheep and goats; or of the immature animal of the larger species, e.g. calves and colts. Used in relation to pigs, reptiles, birds and fish. (3) Leather, made from and which has not been split. The outer covering of a fur-bearing animal dressed and finished with the hair on.
"skin," "hide," and "pelt" are all the same thing and mean any untanned external covering of any game animal's body, but does not include a handcraft or other finished product; "skin," "hide," or "pelt" of a bear mean the entire external covering with claws attached
Pelt from young or small animal.
The pelt from small animals (calf, sheep, goat, etc).
Skin is the name of a television show which aired on Fox in 2003. It followed the tale of two teenagers who come from feuding families. One, Adam (played by D.J.