English to Welsh Meaning :: ewe

Ewe :
mamog
- mamogmamogmamogiaidEWING
 
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Noun(1) a member of a people living in southern Benin and Togo and southeastern Ghana(2) a Kwa language spoken by the Ewe in Ghana and Togo and Benin(3) female sheep

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(1) A ewe suckling two lambs growing at 0.3 kg per day is as productive as a dairy cow yielding 30 litres of milk per day.(2) The ewes in lamb are being moved to safer paddocks beyond the museum, while the goats and the pony have been found temporary homes.(3) Marauding dogs massacred ewes in lamb in Aramoho at the weekend.(4) A further 2,000 breeding ewes and hoggets were on offer on the day also.(5) Even the family pet let loose in the countryside can cause great distress to sheep, including pregnant ewes and lambs.(6) It was following the weaning of the lambs from the ewes during the second week of August, when we also weaned Daisy's two lambs.(7) Mountain ewes produce less lambs than their lowland counterparts and fetch a lower prices at the mart.(8) The couple had kept a flock of sheep in that particular field, 30 ewes and two rams to be exact.(9) With the ewe numbers hovering around 200, it looks as though we shall be selling the ewes back in the sheep market.(10) A mid season lambing flock of 240 ewes is also run with the cattle enterprise.(11) A farmer has threatened to shoot any dogs he sees on his land after four ewes with lambs were injured and one killed in a late-night attack.(12) They have about 1,000 ewes plus lambs between them and are anxiously watching them for signs of the disease.(13) Some of the sheep, mostly ewes , were in shock and had to be carried via a human chain from the lorry.(14) Small amounts of meal fed in time will rectify loss in condition, cramming it in later only leads to thinner ewes and larger lambs.(15) Firstly, we shall be selling in the sheep shed with a full live auction of hoggs, ewes and spring lambs, if there are any about.(16) Farmers have been unable to bring in ewes for lambing after wintering them on hills and in fields, while calving has also been disrupted.
Related Words
(1) ewe ::
mamog
Synonyms
M
1. ewe ::
mamog
2. sheep ::
defaid
3. nanny-goat ::
nani-gafr
Different Forms
ewe, ewes, ewing
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