Bovinae

In most countries, bovids are used for food. Cattle are eaten almost everywhere except in parts of India and Nepal, where bovids are considered sacred by most Hindus. ==Systematics and classification== ==Etymology== Bovine is derived from Latin bos, `ox`, through Late Latin bovinus. Bos comes from the Indo-European root *gwous, meaning ox. ...
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Bovinae

subfamily Bovinae noun term not used technically; essentially coextensive with genus Bos: cattle; buffalo; and sometimes includes kudu
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Bovinae

Bovinae A diverse group of about twenty-four species of medium-sized to large ungulates; including, domestic cattle, bison, the water buffalo, the yak, and the four-horned and spiral-horned antelopes.
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Bovinae

[n] - term not used technically
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