Ewe. n.s. [eowe, Saxon.] The she-sheep; the female to the ram.
Abraham set seven ewe lambs by themselves. Gen. xxi. 28.
Rams have more wreathed horns than ewes. Bac. N. Hist.
Haste the sacrifice;
Sev'n bullocks yet unyok'd, for Phœbus chuse;
And for Diana seven unspotted ewes. Dryden's Æn. b. viii.