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The general term for humans is gender. There are also specific words for animals to identify their kind and group. Take this male-female quiz and learn a lot of surprising vocabulary. This quiz is specifically designed to see how much you know about the genders of animals. Go for it, and test your knowledge. It will surely add something new to your vocabulary and knowledge treasure. All the best! Try to get a perfect score on this gender quiz.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    A male horse is called.

    • A.

      Mare

    • B.

      Foal

    • C.

      Pup

    • D.

      Stallion

    Correct Answer
    D. Stallion
    Explanation
    A male horse is called a stallion. This term specifically refers to a mature, uncastrated male horse. Stallions are known for their strength, agility, and often have a more dominant and assertive nature compared to female horses. They are typically used for breeding purposes and are highly valued for their genetics and ability to sire strong and healthy offspring.

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  • 2. 

    A female sheep is called.

    • A.

      Ram

    • B.

      Lamb

    • C.

      Ewe

    • D.

      Bitch

    Correct Answer
    C. Ewe
    Explanation
    A female sheep is called an ewe. This term is used specifically to refer to a female sheep and is commonly used in the agricultural and farming industry. The word "ewe" is derived from Old English and has been used for centuries to describe female sheep. It is important to use the correct terminology when referring to different genders and species of animals, and "ewe" is the correct term for a female sheep.

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  • 3. 

    A male duck is called.

    • A.

      Duckling

    • B.

      Duck

    • C.

      Drake

    • D.

      Rooster

    Correct Answer
    C. Drake
    Explanation
    A male duck is called a drake. This term specifically refers to adult male ducks. Duckling refers to a young duck, duck is a general term for both male and female ducks, and rooster is a term used for male chickens. Therefore, the correct answer is drake.

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  • 4. 

    A female dog is called.

    • A.

      Dog

    • B.

      Bitch

    • C.

      Pup

    • D.

      Cub

    Correct Answer
    B. Bitch
    Explanation
    A female dog is called a bitch. This term is commonly used to refer to a female dog and is widely recognized in the English language. While the word may have other connotations in different contexts, in the context of animals, it is the correct term to describe a female dog.

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  • 5. 

    A male deer is called.

    • A.

      Doe

    • B.

      Buck

    • C.

      Fawn

    • D.

      Ewe

    Correct Answer
    B. Buck
    Explanation
    A male deer is called a buck.

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  • 6. 

    A male donkey is called.

    • A.

      Jenny

    • B.

      Jack

    • C.

      Foal

    • D.

      Mare

    Correct Answer
    B. Jack
    Explanation
    A male donkey is referred to as a "jack." This term specifically denotes an intact male donkey. A female donkey is called a "jenny" or "jennet." The term "stallion" refers to a male horse, "gelding" refers to a castrated male horse, and "colt" refers to a young male horse.

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  • 7. 

    A female swan is called.

    • A.

      Cob

    • B.

      Pen

    • C.

      Cygnet

    • D.

      Cub

    Correct Answer
    B. Pen
    Explanation
    A female swan is called a pen.

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  • 8. 

    A female pig is called.

    • A.

      Boar

    • B.

      Piglet

    • C.

      Sow

    • D.

      Piggy

    Correct Answer
    C. Sow
    Explanation
    A female pig is called a sow. This term is commonly used to refer to an adult female pig that has given birth to piglets. The word "sow" specifically denotes a female pig that is capable of reproducing. The other options, such as boar, piglet, and piggy, do not accurately describe a female pig. A boar is a male pig, a piglet is a young pig, and piggy is a colloquial term that can refer to either a male or female pig.

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  • 9. 

    A female leopard is called.

    • A.

      Mare

    • B.

      Hen

    • C.

      Leopardess

    • D.

      Leopard

    Correct Answer
    C. Leopardess
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "leopardess." In the animal kingdom, the term "leopardess" is used to refer to a female leopard. This term is specifically used to differentiate between male and female leopards. The suffix "-ess" is commonly added to the name of a female animal to indicate its gender, just like "lioness" for a female lion. Therefore, "leopardess" is the appropriate term for a female leopard.

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  • 10. 

    A male cow is called.

    • A.

      Lion

    • B.

      Gander

    • C.

      Ox

    • D.

      Bull

    Correct Answer
    D. Bull
    Explanation
    A male cow is called a bull. This term is used to specifically refer to an adult, uncastrated male bovine. Bulls are known for their strength and are often used for breeding purposes or in bullfighting events. They have distinct physical characteristics such as a muscular build and horns. The term "bull" is widely recognized and commonly used in the context of cattle.

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