Cattle, (noun), (cows and oxen), bgeṛ.


And he chased the cattle, the sheep, and the people out of the temple. - Umbeɛd ḥawez haduk l-bgeṛ, l-kbac u n-nas men l-meɛbed.

Cattle feed on grass. - L-bgeṛ yakul l-ḥcic.

Cattle would not eat grass where sheep had eaten. - L-bgeṛ ma yaklu-c l-ḥcic win l-kbac klaw dija.

He breeds cattle and horses. - Huwa iṛebbi l-bgeṛ u l-ɛwad.

He learned to raise cattle. - Tɛellem iṛebbi l-bgeṛ.

Herds of horses and cattle roamed at will over the plain. - Kanu qeṭɛan taɛ l-ɛwad u l-bgeṛ yesserḥu kima iḥebbu f hadik l-weḍya. ~

I rear cattle. - Ana nṛebbi l-bgeṛ.

Look at those cattle. - Cuf haduk l-bgeṛ.

More and more people began raising cattle. - Bdat n-nas tṛebbi f l-bgeṛ. ~

The cattle starved to death. - L-bgeṛ haduk matu men l-ǧuɛ.

There are about 500 head of cattle on that ranch. - Kayen waḥed l-xems myat ṛas taɛ l-bgeṛ f had l-firma.

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