Much like English, Spanish has different words for male, female, and young horses. “Caballo” is the Spanish word for a male horse. Use “yegua” to describe a female horse. If you are talking about a foal, say “el potro” or “el potrillo.”
We tend to use the masculine noun to refer to the animal without the sex distinction [e.g. conejo (rabbit), tigre (tiger), caballo (horse)], but we use the feminine form in some cases [e.g. oveja (sheep), cabra (goat)].
Bucephalus or Bucephalas (/bjuːˈsɛfələs/; Ancient Greek: Βουκεφάλας, from βοῦς bous, “ox” and κεφαλή kephalē, “head” meaning “ox-head”) ( c. 355 BC – June 326 BC) was the horse of Alexander the Great, and one of the most famous horses of antiquity.
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If you’re talking about a female gorilla just say “la gorila”, or for a male “el gorila”. Some dictionaries will tell you that “gorila” is a noun without a gender.
papel = paper masculine noun.
pez = fish masculine noun.
Bucephalus died of battle wounds in 326BC in Alexander’s last battle. Alexander founded the city of Bucephala (thought to be the modern town of Jhelum, Pakistan) in memory of his wonderful horse.
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