According to the Encyclopedia Britannica, all modern domestic cattle are believed to belong to the species Bos Taurus (European breeds such as Shorthorn and Jersey) or Bos indicus (zebu breeds such as Brahman) or to be crosses of these two (such as Santa Gertrudis).
That all depends on what your definition of "cow" is. If you're talking about the domesticated bovine, then colloquially, a "cow" would also called a bovine, an animal, or a cattle-beast. Specifically, a cow is a mature female bovine, also called a dam or a "momma" or "mom" when talking about a calf's mother.
Heifer calf (newly born female calf), Heifer yearling (year old female), first time heifer (Heifer that has given birth to her first calf).
bovine cattle oxen/steers (usually understood to be neutered males) kines (old English)
i know that a cow is a older and a mom of a bull or heffer, which a cow is a mom and a heffer is a young girl cow who has not had a calf yet.
A COW'S TONGUE? oh how smart you are. you dont even know what a cows tongue is? . .. ... .... ..... ...... ........ that would be a tongue
Ants milk aphids. Otherwise, another good name for them is just "plant lice."
Moo moo the cow.
Offal is another name for cow intestines.
Another name for the "father cow" (more properly called a bull) that is used for breeding is called the sire.
Anoher name for a dolphin is a cow
Calf if another word for a cow. A calf is a young cow.
A mushroom cow is another name for the mooshroom. Mooshroom is used more commonly but mushroom cow and mooshroom mean the same thing.
The answer to this question is a Gnu.
another name for a baby cow is called a calf.