dogie

noun
do·gie | \ˈdō-gē \

Definition of dogie 

chiefly Western US

: a motherless calf in a range herd

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Ashcraft and two other helicopter pilots were there to encourage these little dogies to git along. Author: John Schwartz And Livia Albeck Ripka, Alaska Dispatch News, "A flying cowboy rides to rescue cattle stranded in Harvey’s floods," 4 Sep. 2017

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First Known Use of dogie

1885, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for dogie

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