What is the gender of a steer?
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What is the feminine gender of steer?
In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for a male or a female, such as male and female. The gender noun steer is a young male castrated ox or bull; the gender noun for a young female who has not had her first calf is a heifer, an adult female who has had a calf is cow. However, since a steer is really a castrated bull, then the "opposite" gender of a steer would be a spayed heifer.
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The biosocial approach suggests that gender differences are based on?
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What are some common example of masculine gender?
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What is the feminine of bullock?
In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for a male or a female, such as male and female. Since a bullock can refer to both a steer and a young bull, the female counterpart of a young bull would be a heifer. But for a steer, that would be a spayed heifer.
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Cows and Cattle
What kind of cows do are used in steer wrestling?
Since "kind of cows" could mean anything from "kind of breed" to gender, I'll give you what I think are used in steer wrestling: Since the word "steer wrestling" seems self explanitory, I would assume that steers are used in steer wrestling. However, a little bird told me that heifers can also be used in this rodeo sport. Now as for the Breeds, they would mainly use crosses or purebred Corriente and Texas Longhorn cattle.