Male goats are called billies and female goats are called nannies. A male goat is called a buck, or billy. A Female goat is called a doe, or nanny. An entire male goat is called a buck and a castrated male goat is called a wether. A female goat is called a doe.
Lambs are baby sheep and goats are called kids. A female young goat can be called a doeling and a young male goat can be a called a buckling The offspring of a goat male and sheep female (as in a buck and ewe) is called a geep.
An intact male goat is called a "buck". A castrated goat (or sheep) is called a "wether". A female goat is called a "doe" or "nanny", and a young goat is a "kid" or, in the Spanish language, "cabrito" See links provided: