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animal husbandry the science or practice of raising and breeding domestic animals, such as livestock.
aurochs an extinct wild ox once common in northern Africa, Europe, and western Asia, and probably an ancestor of domestic cattle. [1/2 definitions]
blackhead a malignant, infectious, and often fatal disease of the liver and intestines of domestic and wild fowl. [1/3 definitions]
boatswain a warrant officer on a warship, or in domestic service a petty officer responsible for a ship's gear such as rigging, anchors, and the like.
budgerigar a brightly colored Australian parakeet, bred as a domestic pet.
cat1 any of the larger wild animals related to the domestic cat, such as the tiger, lion, or bobcat. [1/4 definitions]
cattle large, four-legged, plant-eating animals, including cows, bulls, and other domestic bovines, kept for milk or meat.
cochin one of a large Asiatic breed of domestic fowl with thickly feathered legs.
cockerel a young domestic rooster.
cow1 an adult female of a bovine animal, esp. the domestic farm animal kept or raised for its milk or meat. [1/2 definitions]
cowpea an annual vine plant that bears long seed pods, grown in the southern United States as feed for domestic animals and as a fertilizer. [1/2 definitions]
domesticate to make accustomed to domestic life. [1/2 definitions]
domesticity the state of being accustomed to domestic life. [2 definitions]
donkey a sturdy domestic animal that resembles a horse but is smaller and has longer ears; ass. [1/3 definitions]
fantail any of various breeds of domestic pigeons or goldfish having wide fan-shaped tails. [1/3 definitions]
fatling a young domestic animal such as a calf or lamb, fattened for slaughter.
feline of or pertaining to the family of cats, both domestic and wild. [1/3 definitions]
fold2 a fenced or walled enclosure where sheep or other domestic animals are kept. [2/4 definitions]
fowl any of various domestic birds cultivated for their eggs or meat, such as chickens or turkeys. [2/4 definitions]
help an employee or employees collectively, esp. domestic servants. [1/13 definitions]
herd any group of domestic or wild animals of the same species that feed and travel together. [2/8 definitions]