She-goat, doe or nanny.
The opposite of a she-goat (nanny goat, doe) would be a he-goat (billy goat).
Male goat is a Billy (he-goat?).Female goat is a Nanny.Young goat is a Kid.
A female goat as in a doe.
In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for male or female.A billy goat is a male goat (sometimes referred to as a buck).A nanny goat is a female goat.
a boy goat is called a buck or a billy
Well a 'goat' isn't a male or a female, the male is called a billy-goat and the female is called the Nanny-goat
A Billy goat's female opposite is a Jenny goat.
"Goat" is a generic term for the animal and refers to both genders. A male goat is called a "Billy Goat" and a female goat is called a "Nanny Goat". A young goat is called a "Kid".
A buck or billy goat but if he has been castrated he is called a wether.Billy-goat
She is called a Nanny and the baby goats are called kids.
billy goatI guess a billy goat. But technically, they are called does and bucks.
Buck, or wether if he has been castrated.
A nanny is a female goat or sheep; a male goat or sheep is called a billy or a ram.
A billy goat (also known as a buck) is a male goat so the opposite would be a nanny goat (also known as a doe) which is a female goat.
Goats are usually referred to as bucks or 'Billy-goat' for males, and does or 'Nanny-goat' for females.
The weight of a British Alpine goat is usually around 125 pounds. However, it depends on the gender of the goat and if the goat is overweight or pregnant.
In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for male or female.The noun 'billy' is a gender specific noun for a male goat or ibex.The gender specific noun for a female goat or ibex is nanny.
The word goat (an animal) is a noun (third-person). It could be replaced by the pronoun it. If the gender of the goat (billy, nanny) is known, you could use the pronouns he and him, or she and her.
Female is Nanny.Male is Billy.Young is kid.
In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for male or female.The noun 'nanny' is a common gender noun, a word for a male or a female employee that takes care of children.The noun 'nanny' is also an alternate noun for a female goat.The corresponding alternate noun for a male goat is 'billy'.