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 Translation for 'ox' from English to Russian
NOUN   an ox | oxen / [also] ox
SYNO ox | wild ox
бык {м}ox
вол {м}ox
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Translation for 'ox' from English to Russian

ox
бык {м}

вол {м}
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Usage Examples English
  • The shrub-ox ("Euceratherium collinum") is an extinct genus and species of ovibovine caprine native to North America along with "Bootherium" ("Bootherium bombifrons") and Soergel's ox ("Soergelia mayfieldi").
  • In early Mardi Gras celebrations parades would include a live ox or Boeuf Gras (fatted ox). The ox represented the last meat to be eaten before the beginning of Lent.
  • Oxtail (occasionally spelled ox tail or ox-tail) is the culinary name for the tail of cattle.
  • Three separate persons are respectively responsible for giving the axe, striking the ox, and cutting the throat of the ox.
  • In England, shoeing was accomplished by throwing the ox to the ground and lashing all four feet to a heavy wooden tripod until the shoeing was complete.

  • Bovine is derived from Latin "bos", "ox", through Late Latin "bovinus". Bos comes from the Indo-European root "*gwous", meaning ox.
  • In Chinese, Ngau Tau Kok means "ox horn" or "ox head cape": before the reclamation of Kowloon Bay, the coastline of Ngau Tau Kok was shaped like the horn of an ox.
  • Fillan was ploughing the fields near Killin, a wolf took the life of the ox and thus Fillan could not continue.
  • A literal translation for "bumba my ox" could be "dance my ox".
  • In Shakespeare’s Henry IV Part I (Act 2 Scene 4), Flastaff is referred to as “that roasted Manningtree ox“. This was marked in 2000 with a sculpture of an ox in the town centre.

  • Various creatures, including legendary people and mythical creatures have some ox features which contribute to the parts out of which they are constituted.
  • Ox-Head and Horse-Face also play the role of messengers of the king of hell, Yanluo Wang (閻羅王).
  • "Cart with Black Ox", or "The Ox-Cart", is an oil painting created in 1884 by Vincent van Gogh.
  • This small but vibrant community is widely known because of the 'OX' landmark that lies on the Loddon Valley Highway.
  • These letters are believed to have derived from an Egyptian hieroglyph depicting an ox's head to describe the initial sound of "*ʾalp", the West Semitic word for ox (compare Biblical Hebrew [...] "ʾelef", "ox"), and the shape of the letter derives from a Proto-Sinaitic glyph that may have been based on an Egyptian hieroglyph, which depicts an ox's head.

  • Three other species of musk oxen co-inhabited North America during the Pleistocene era.
  • The muskox ("Ovibos moschatus", in Latin "musky sheep-ox"), also spelled musk ox and musk-ox, plural muskoxen or musk oxen (in [...]; in Woods Cree: [...]), is a hoofed mammal of the family Bovidae.
  • Ossenworst ([...]; English: ox sausage) is a beef sausage originating in Amsterdam [...] , which was originally made of ox meat.
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