What is the plural form of the word ox?

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The plural form of "ox" is "oxen." Oxen are castrated male cattle that have been trained to work as draft animals in farming field work and domesticated for meat. Non-castrated cattle are referred to as bulls, whereas adult females are called cows.

In India, New Zealand and Australia, oxen are known as bullocks. When used as part of a compound noun, the word "ox" is often hyphenated, as in "ox-cart," "ox-hide" or "ox-driver." The word "ox" originates from the Old English word "oxa," which is thought to have come from the Germanic word "ochse." Sanskrit uses a similar-sounding word for bull, "uksan." Oxen are typically trained in pairs to haul, plow and thresh grains.

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