Photo of a rooster.

List of masculine words

Men, stallions, roosters and rams - they're all here.

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Bloke

Bloke is an English or Australian slang word for man, particularly an ordinary man.

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Boy

A boy is a young, male person.

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Brother

Photo of a little boy
Photo by David Kessler
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Your brother is a boy who has the same mother or father as you do.

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Buck

Photo of a buck antelope
Photo by Koshy Koshy
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The male of several different animals is called a buck, including some kinds of deer, antelope and goats.
You may also be interested in a horse's buck.

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Bull

Photo of a bull.
Photo by Candie_N
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A bull is a male cow. The meat from a cow is called beef. Bulls do not give milk.

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Cob

Photo of a male swan
Photo by John Clouston
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A male swan is called a cob.

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Cock

Photo of a cock pheasant.
Photo by Andy Roberts
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Most male birds are called cocks. Sometimes the word is in the common name of the bird, such as the peacock. Male birds tend to have much brighter coloured feathers than female birds, or hens.

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Colt

Photo of a colt
Photo by Carine06
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A colt is a young male horse, generally one under four years old. The colt in the picture is one year old.

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Drake

Photo of a drake.
Photo by RenaudPhoto
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A drake is a male duck.

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Father

Photo of a father and son
Photo by Dariuszka
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Your father is your male parent. Your father is usually the man who is married to (or lives with) your mother, but sometimes people's fathers do not live with their mothers.

And also ...

Bachelor, Duke.