Neat-cattle

  • 1 neat-cattle — neatˈ cattle plural noun • • • Main Entry: ↑neat …

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  • 2 neat cattle — Cattle which have the cloven or split hoof and which also chew their cud. A cow has both of these attributes, a hog has the first, only, and a horse has neither of them. The term includes all animals of the bovine species. Territory v Christman,… …

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  • 3 neat-cattle — n. Bovine animals (bulls, oxen, cows, calves, heifers, steers), beeves …

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  • 4 Neat — (n[=e]t), n. sing. & pl. [AS. ne[ a]t; akin to OHG. n[=o]z, Icel. naut, Sw. n[ o]t, Dan. n[ o]d, and to AS. ne[ o]tan to make use of, G. geniessen, Goth. niutan to have a share in, have joy of, Lith. nauda use, profit.] (Zo[ o]l.) Cattle of the… …

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  • 5 Neat's-foot — Neat Neat (n[=e]t), n. sing. & pl. [AS. ne[ a]t; akin to OHG. n[=o]z, Icel. naut, Sw. n[ o]t, Dan. n[ o]d, and to AS. ne[ o]tan to make use of, G. geniessen, Goth. niutan to have a share in, have joy of, Lith. nauda use, profit.] (Zo[ o]l.)… …

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  • 6 Neat — Neat, a. [See {neat}, n.] Of or pertaining to the genus {Bos}, or to cattle of that genus; as, neat cattle. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 7 neat´ness — neat1 «neet», adjective. 1. clean and in order: »a neat desk, a neat room, a neat dress. 2. able and willing to keep things in order: »a neat child. 3. well formed; in proportion: »a neat design …

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  • 8 neat´ly — neat1 «neet», adjective. 1. clean and in order: »a neat desk, a neat room, a neat dress. 2. able and willing to keep things in order: »a neat child. 3. well formed; in proportion: »a neat design …

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  • 9 Cattle —    Abounded in the Holy Land. To the rearing and management of them the inhabitants chiefly devoted themselves (Deut. 8:13; 12:21; 1 Sam. 11:5; 12:3; Ps. 144:14; Jer. 3:24). They may be classified as,    1) Neat cattle. Many hundreds of these… …

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  • 10 cattle — Domestic bovine animals; cows, bulls, steers or oxen, including heifers and in the generic sense of the term even calves; farm animals collectively, that is livestock, although even in this broad sense not including poultry. First Nat. Bank v… …

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  • 11 cattle plague — Rinderpest Rin der*pest (r[i^]n d[ e]r*p[e^]st), n. [G., fr. rind, pl. rinder, cattle + pest pest, plague.] A highly contagious distemper or murrain, affecting neat cattle, and less commonly sheep and goats; called also {cattle plague}, {Russian… …

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  • 12 Neat — may refer to: Neat (bartending), a single, unmixed liquor served in a rocks glass. An old word for an individual animal of the species of cattle Bos taurus Neat (TV series), a Canadian television series Neat Records, a British record label Cattle …

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  • 13 Cattle judging — is the process of judging a series of cattle and pronouncing a first, second and third place animal based on each animal s qualities. Most cattle judging occurs in show rings at agricultural shows.Judgements on cattle are ultimately based on… …

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  • 14 NEAT — may stand for: Near Earth Asteroid Tracking, a program run by NASA and the JPL to discover near Earth objects Neuroevolution of augmenting topologies,a genetic algorithm for the generation of evolving artificial neural networks Neue Eisenbahn… …

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  • 15 neat's-footoil — neat s foot oil (nētsʹfo͝ot ) n. A light yellow oil obtained from the feet and shinbones of cattle, used chiefly to dress leather. * * * …

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  • 16 neat's-foot oil — neat s′ foot oil n. a pale yellow fixed oil made by boiling the feet and shinbones of cattle, used chiefly to dress leather • Etymology: 1570–80 …

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  • 17 neat's-foot oil — [nēts′foot΄] n. a light yellow oil obtained by boiling the feet and shinbones of cattle, used mainly as a dressing for leather: also neatsfoot oil …

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  • 18 neat's-foot oil — noun a pale yellow oil made from the feet and legs of cattle; used as a dressing for leather • Hypernyms: ↑animal oil * * * ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun Etymology: neat (I) : a pale yellow fatty oil made by boiling the feet and shinbones especially of cattle… …

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  • 19 Cattle — Cow redirects here. For other uses, see Cow (disambiguation). For other uses, see Cattle (disambiguation). Cattle …

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  • 20 neat — English has two words neat. The older is now virtually obsolete, while the commoner is a comparatively recent introduction. Neat ‘tidy’ [16] was borrowed from French net ‘neat, clean’. This goes back to Latin nitidus ‘elegant, shiny’, a… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins


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