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goat British & World English

A hardy domesticated ruminant mammal that has backward-curving horns and (in the male) a beard. It is kept for its milk and meat, and noted for its lively behaviour

goat English Thesaurus

a herd of goats

go at British & World English

Energetically attack or tackle

the Goat in goat British & World English

The zodiacal sign Capricorn or the constellation Capricornus

boer goat British & World English

A goat of a hardy breed, originally from South Africa

goat moth British & World English

A large greyish moth, the caterpillar of which bores into wood and has a goat-like smell

goat willow British & World English

A common European willow with broad leaves and soft fluffy catkins

goat-antelope British & World English

A ruminant mammal of a group that combines the characteristics of both goats and antelopes

goat's rue British & World English

A herbaceous plant of the pea family, which was formerly used in medicine, especially as a vermifuge

Kashmir goat British & World English

A goat of a Himalayan breed yielding fine, soft wool, which is used to make cashmere

mountain goat British & World English

A goat-antelope with shaggy white hair and backward curving horns, living in the Rocky Mountains of North America

goat's beard British & World English

A Eurasian plant of the daisy family, with slender grass-like leaves, yellow flowers that close at about midday, and downy fruits which resemble those of a dandelion

go at in go1 British & World English

Energetically attack or tackle

play the giddy goat British & World English

Behave in an irresponsible, silly, or playful way

goatfish British & World English

North American term for red mullet.

goatherd British & World English

A person who tends goats

goatskin British & World English

The skin of a goat

goatsucker British & World English

Another term for nightjar.

Rocky Mountain goat in mountain goat British & World English

A goat-antelope with shaggy white hair and backward curving horns, living in the Rocky Mountains of North America

play the giddy goat in giddy British & World English

Behave in an irresponsible, silly, or playful way

goat’s rue in rue2 British & World English

Used in names of other plants that resemble rue, especially in leaf shape, e.g. goat’s rue, meadow rue, and wall rue


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