Speech cut (verb)

to pierce, slice, open, or form with a sharp tool such as a knife, ax, saw, or scissors.

Speech domesticate (verb)

To train or adapt (an animal or plant) to live in a human environment and be of use to humans.

Speech goat (noun)

an animal with hooves, hollow horns, and rough hair. Goats are mammals that are raised for their milk, wool, and meat. They are closely related to sheep

Speech grow (verb)

to become larger by natural development; increase

Speech hippos (noun)

a short form of hippopotamus.

Speech human (noun)

a person; human being. Humans are part of the group of mammals called primates

Speech if (conjunction)

on the condition that; in the event that

Speech moth (noun)

an insect that has broad wings and flies mostly at night. Moths look like butterflies, but they usually have thicker bodies and bushy antennae and are less colorful

Speech snail (noun)

a small animal with a soft body and a spiral shell. Many kinds of snails live on land, in fresh water, or in the ocean. They move slowly using their wide, strong foot. Snails are mollusks

Speech stomach (noun)

the organ in the body that receives food that has been swallowed and begins to digest it.