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cattlecat"tle (kăt"t'l), n. pl. [oe. calet, chatel, goods, property, of. catel, chatel, ll. captale, capitale, goods, property, esp. cattle, fr. l. capitals relating to the head, chief; because in early ages beasts constituted the chief part of a man's property. see capital, and cf. chattel.] quadrupeds of the bovine family; sometimes, also, including all domestic quadrupeds, as sheep, goats, horses, mules, asses, and swine.   similar words(19) 

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(n. pl.)

Quadrupeds of the bovine family; sometimes, also, including all domestic quadrupeds, as sheep, goats, horses, mules, asses, and swine.  

Noun1. domesticated bovine animals as a group regardless of sex or age; "so many head of cattle"; "wait till the cows come home"; "seven thin and ill-favored kine"- Bible; "a team of oxen" (synonym) cows, kine, oxen, bos taurus (hypernym) bovine (hyponym) ox (member-holonym) Bos, genus bos (member-meronym) calf (part-meronym) beef, boeuf

Buarth = n. a cattle yard, a fold

Buch = n. life; cattle, kine

Ceilio = v. to fold cattle

Da = n. what is had; goods, chattels, stock, cattle, a. good, well, adv.

Gwartheg = n. horned cattle

Llyfanwst = n. a disease in cattle

prostitutes or gipsies

a catalogue

rustler, cattle thief, sheep thief


leave; go; time to go

See: Bull, Bullock.   

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 were yearly consumed in sacrifices or used for food. the finest herds were found in Bashan, beyond jordan (Num. 32:4). large herds also pastured on the wide fertile plains of Sharon. they were yoked to the plough (1 kings 19:19), and were employed for carrying burdens (1 Chr. 12:40). they were driven with a pointed rod (Judg. 3:31) or goad (q.v.). according to the mosaic law, the mouths of cattle employed for the threshing-floor were not to be muzzled, so as to prevent them from eating of the provender over which they trampled (Deut. 25:4). whosoever stole and sold or slaughtered an ox must give five in satisfaction (Ex. 22:1); but if it was found alive in the possession of him who stole it, he was required to make double restitution only (22:4). If an ox went astray, whoever found it was required to bring it back to its owner (23:4; Deut. 22:1, 4). An ox and an ass could not be yoked together in the plough (Deut. 22:10). (2.) small cattle. next to herds of neat cattle, sheep formed the most important of the possessions of the inhabitants of palestine (Gen. 12:16; 13:5; 26:14; 21:27; 29:2, 3). they are frequently mentioned among the booty taken in war (Num. 31:32; Josh. 6:21; 1 Sam. 14:32; 15:3). there were many who were owners of large flocks (1 Sam. 25:2; 2 Sam. 12:2, comp. job 1:3). kings also had shepherds "over their flocks" (1 Chr. 27:31), from which they derived a large portion of their revenue (2 Sam. 17:29; 1 Chr. 12:40). the districts most famous for their flocks of sheep were the plain of sharon (Isa. 65: 10), mount carmel (Micah 7:14), Bashan and gilead (Micah 7:14). In patriarchal times the flocks of sheep were sometimes tended by the daughters of the owners. thus Rachel, the daughter of Laban, kept her father's sheep (Gen. 29:9); as also Zipporah and her six sisters had charge of their father Jethro's flocks (Ex. 2:16). sometimes they were kept by hired shepherds (John 10:12), and sometimes by the sons of the family (1 Sam. 16:11; 17:15). the keepers so familiarized their sheep with their voices that they knew them, and followed them at their call. Sheep, but more especially rams and lambs, were frequently offered in sacrifice. the shearing of sheep was a great festive occasion (1 Sam. 25:4; 2 Sam. 13:23). they were folded at night, and guarded by their keepers against the attacks of the lion (Micah 5:8), the bear (1 Sam. 17:34), and the wolf (Matt. 10:16; john 10:12). they were liable to wander over the wide pastures and go astray (Ps. 119:176; Isa. 53:6; Hos. 4:16; Matt. 18:12). goats also formed a part of the pastoral wealth of palestine (Gen. 15:9; 32:14; 37:31). they were used both for sacrifice and for food (Deut. 14:4), especially the young males (Gen. 27:9, 14, 17; Judg. 6:19; 13:15; 1 Sam. 16:20). goat's hair was used for making tent cloth (Ex. 26:7; 36:14), and for mattresses and bedding (1 Sam. 19:13, 16). (See GOAT.)

for general information about the genus, including other species of cattle, see Bos. for other uses of terms associated with cattle, see Cow (disambiguation), bull, and Ox (disambiguation).


To dream of seeing good-looking and fat cattle contentedly grazing in green pastures, denotes prosperity and happiness through a congenial and pleasant companion. To see cattle lean and shaggy, and poorly fed, you will be likely to toil all your life because of misspent energy and dislike of details of work. correct your habits after this dream. To see cattle stampeding, means that you will have to exert all the powers of command you have to keep your career in a profitable channel. To see a herd of cows at milking time, you will be the successful owner of wealth that many have worked to obtain. To a young woman this means that her affections will not suffer from the one of her choice. To dream of milking cows with udders well filled, great good fortune is in store for you. If the calf has stolen the milk, it signifies that you are about to lose your lover by slowness to show your reciprocity, or your property from neglect of business. To see young calves in your dream, you will become a great favorite in society and win the heart of a loyal person. for business, this dream indicates profit from sales. for a lover, the entering into bonds that will be respected. If the calves are poor, look for about the same, except that the object sought will be much harder to obtain. Long-horned and dark, vicious cattle, denote enemies.See Calves.  

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kahtel (Vulcanized terran word)

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