1. (UK juv.) a cow.
|Doctor Syntax, Picturesque (1868) 50/2: The moo-cows low’d and Grizzle neigh’d!|
|‘Sweet Jenny’ in My Young Wife and I Songster 70: So farewell to the violets / And the moo-cows so brown.|
|Police! 322: Cattle-stealing ... Moo shifting.|
|City Of The World 71: And little moos wi’ calves heads made of veal.|
|Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man 1: Once upon a time and a very good time it was there was a moocow coming down along the road.|
|Indep. Rev. 26 July 1: The ‘dead things’ are several baby moo-moos.|
2. (US campus) an obese person.
|Campus Sl. Apr. 6: moo-cow – obese person.|