Do cows say moo?
Cows make a noise that sounds like a low, long "moo". The word moo is used often with other farm animal noises, like "oink" "bah" and "quack", in children's books that include farm animal noises.
Cows make a sound which we have interpreted as "moo".
Cows that say "moo" two times in a row.
moo in french is "mieu" although cows do not ACTUALLY say moo. If you listen to a cow they actually say ner.
Cows don't talk.
"Moo cows" are, essentially, cows that moo.
MOO in France they say meeh Cows "moo."
Cows say "moo" and sheeps say "beeeh."
Cows moo because of there long tongues.
"Moo cows" is for kids or children. But it could be also those that are just acting silly when they're joking around with using cow-related puns.
yes all cows moo.
Cows bellow or moo because they are hungry. Cows might moo if they feel in danger. A cow might also moo to warn other cows of danger.
yes ------------------------- no. go into field, will one come 2 u and say 'moo'? no. uhm, actually, the word "moo" is a sound imitated by our English sounds. . .Cows make noise similar to a moo, and they WILL moo to you, if you irritate them or if they are hungry. however, if you just "go into a field" it is not likely that one will come to you and moo. But their natural sound… Read More
モー (moo) is the Japanese onomatopoeia for the sound cows make. Note: You pronounce it "moh" with long o sound
Sometimes. Cats make a meowing sound but if they are desperate or just want to be annoying, they can let out this piercing noise that sounds like a moo. But in farm animals, cows say moo unless they are very confused.
To the moo-vies! UK cows go to Uddersfield it likes to eat moo-slie at the moo-vies
no they do not moo no...you are thinking of cows
No, cows dont moo. They need to communicate and the sound we hear is the only noise they can make. Moo is not the noise they make, but is the best human equivalent.
Even though most fairy tales/fables are incorrect, cows moo not low.
because they are cows not lions
Yes all cows do!!
No, cows make a "moo" sound.
That's just the sounds we (humans) hear. But to other cows, they come as words. Technically, they're not the words we have, but their own type of language.
They go moo when they are in distress so yes they do go moo !
With dairy cows, yes. Other times cows (including beef cows) will moo when they are calling to their calves, or when it's feeding time, or even when they're in heat.
moo moo cows that are weird
Ok... They moo just as much in the day.
They have a stuttering problem
Yes but only if its loud moo
No, cows do not make a 'quack' noise. Their vocalizations include a low (deep, soft, mid-length moo), mooing and bellowing (loud mooing).
cause they are cows :D
Cows will moo when they are separated from the herd and trying to get back to it, are looking for their calf and trying to get in contact with it if they lost it, when they're hungry (sometimes), or in challenging rivals (bulls) or new strangers to the herd. But mostly cows will moo whenever they feel the need to.
in science cows moo softly means cows means: change moo means: measure softly means: same which means u keep every thing the same but change one thing
Yes. Moo cows are just a toddler's term for cattle, and obviously yes, cattle do eat grass.
a Moo cow is a cow that goes moo! "Moo cow" is just a silly phrase meaning a cow, because, obviously, cows moo.
moo moo monkey that eats cows and makes mooing noises and farts out moos on your mommys moo moo t-shirt with her moo moo blankey IN THE ....... I KNOW MY ABC's SO MOO ON YOU
Frogs don't moo because they aren't cows!
The cows are.
yes cows don't say moo even if Emily thinks so
It does not actually say moo. This is more of a onomatopoetic way of distinguishing what sounds cows make. Unfortunately, it is a highly popular term, and quite a wrong term, because cattle don't actually say "moo." They make more like a "Murrr" sound than anything. Please see related question below.
No, not usually.
there are six very merry moo cows!
the reason people painted their cows black in world war 2 was because during the blackout, you had to hide your cows. moo the reason people painted their cows black in world war 2 was because during the blackout, you had to hide your cows. moo the reason people painted their cows black in world war 2 was because during the blackout, you had to hide your cows. moo
Click Clack Moo Cows That Type - 2001 was released on: USA: 2001
Since I turned four, they have been referred to as "moo cows", but there is a Hawaiian dress called a Muumuu which is pronounced "moo moo". There is also a delicious burrito named Moo Moo Mr.Cow in the restaurant Moe's.
becase that is what parrots do. that question is like saying why do cows say moo. no=one knows but god. ask him:)
Cows Moo when they are unhappy. You will notice on a farm, when they eat, there is no moos, whenever they are happy no, mooing. But hit one with a rubber hose, as is done to get one to move in the direction you want it to go. And you will hear a moo. etc.
Its sad to think that someone has never actually heard a cow moo.
because their dead
No, they moo or sometimes bellow.
Because they moo.