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Caughorn Vocabulary

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TermDefinition
LATERAL: side of the body; toward the outside
DISTAL: away from the center of the body
DORSAL: toward the back of the body (spinal area)
CRANIAL: toward the head of the body
PALMAR: bottom of the front feet
ROSTRAL: toward the nose
MEDIAL: toward the inside
PROXIMAl: toward the center of the body
VENTRAL: toward the abdomen of the body (belly)
CAUDAL toward the tail of the body
PLANTAR: bottom of the back feet
ASPECT: area
RECUMBENT or RECUMBENCY: lying
TRANSVERSE- across an area dividing it into cranial and caudal sections.
Canine- dog
Feline- cat
Cavy- guinea pig
Poultry- chickens and turkeys
Murine- rats or mice
Lagomorph- rabbit
Avian- bird
Reptile- snakes and lizards
Amphibians- frogs and toads
Terrapin- Turtle
Intact: capable of reproduction
Bitch: female adult intact dog
Stud dog: male adult intact dog
Puppy: newborn dog
Litter: a group of newborn dogs
Whelping the labor process of dogs
Queen: adult female intact cat
Tom: adult male intact cat
Kitten: a newborn cat
Queening: the labor process of cats
Buck: adult male intact rabbit
Doe: adult female intact rabbit
Lapin: neutered male rabbit
Kit: newborn rabbit
Kindling: labor process of rabbits
Jill: intact
Hob: intact male ferret
Sprite: neutered female ferret
Gib: neutered male ferret
Sow: female intact guinea pig
Boar: male intact guinea pig
Pup: young newborn guinea pig
Dam: adult female intact rat or mouse
Sire: adult male intact rat or mouse
Pup: young newborn mouse or rat
Cock: adult intact male chicken or parrot
Rooster: adult male chicken
Hen: adult female chicken or parrot
Cockerel: immature male chicken
Pullet: immature female chicken
Chick: newborn chicken
Poult: young chicken or turkey
Flock: group of birds
Drake: male duck
Duck: female duck
Duckling: newborn duck