Synonyms of bovine in English:

bovine


See US English definition of bovine

See UK English definition of bovine

See Spanish definition of bovino

adjective

1‘she gazed at me with her large, bovine eyes’

SYNONYMS
cowlike, cattle-like, calflike, taurine

2‘his jaw dropped in an expression of bovine amazement’

SYNONYMS
stupid, slow, dim-witted, dull-witted, ignorant, unintelligent, imperceptive, half-baked, vacuous, mindless, witless, obtuse, doltish, blockish, lumpish, wooden
stolid, phlegmatic, placid, somnolent, sluggish, torpid, lifeless, inert, inanimate
informal thick, thickheaded, dumb, dense, dim, dopey, slow on the uptake, dead from the neck up, boneheaded, blockheaded, lamebrained, chuckleheaded, dunderheaded, wooden-headed, muttonheaded, pig-ignorant, birdbrained, pea-brained
British informal dozy, divvy, daft, not the full shilling, thick as two short planks
Scottish, Northern English informal glaikit
North American informal chowderhead, dumb-ass
West Indian informal dotish
rare hebete
ANTONYMS

quick-witted


noun

1‘the 700-pound bovine bolted back to the herd’

SYNONYMS
cow, heifer, bull, bullock, calf, ox
beef
North American informal boss, bossy
archaic neat