Ewe

A female sheep with more than two permanent teeth.
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Ewe

• (n.) The female of the sheep, and of sheeplike animals.
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ewe

(from the article `sheep`) ...the outer coat takes the form of hair, and beneath this lies a short undercoat of fine wool that has been developed into the fleece of ...
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ewe

noun female sheep
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Ewe

Ewe (ū) noun [ Anglo-Saxon eówu ; akin to Dutch ooi , Old High German awi , ouwi , Icelandic ær , Goth. awēþi a flock of sheep, awistr a sheepfold, Lithuanian avis a sheep, Latin ovis , Greek ..., Sanskrit avi
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ewe

A female sheep of any age.
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Ewe

A female sheep with more than two permanent teeth.
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Ewe

A female sheep, generally after her first lambing.
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Ewe

A female sheep.
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ewe

a female sheep.
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Ewe

an adult female sheep (Morris 1992).
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Ewe

An adult female sheep.
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Ewe

Ewe (ā'vā,–wā) , African people, numbering over 3 million, who live in SE Ghana, S Togo, and S Benin. When German Togoland was partitioned after World War I, the Ewe in that colony were divided between France and Britain. The question of reunion was constantly before the ...
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Ewe

female sheep
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ewe

Female sheep of any age.
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Ewe

Member of a people inhabiting Ghana and Togo, and numbering about 2.5 million. The Ewe live by fishing and farming, and practise an animist religion. Their language belongs to the Kwa branch of the...
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Ewe

peoples living in southeastern Ghana, southern Benin, and the southern half of Togo who speak various dialects of Ewe, a language of the Kwa branch ... [3 related articles]
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ewe

[n] - a member of a people living in southern Benin and Togo and southeastern Ghana 2. [n] - a Kwa language spoken by the Ewe people in Ghana and Togo and Benin 3. [n] - female sheep
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