The uncastrated male of swine; specifically, the wild hog.
A male hog which is part of the breeding herd for raising feeder pigs, may weigh 1,000+ pounds.
Uncastrated male of swine, any age.
entire male of any age.
A father pig. A boar is the same size as a mother sow. He breeds sows so they can give birth to young.
A wild boar with a large head, conspicuous tusks and bristles on its back
a ferocious hog with no fear of death. The replica of a boar on armor will give warrior boar's strength.
a term for a male domestic swine suitable for breeding.
(animal science) A sexually mature male hog.
Old World wild swine having a narrow body and prominent tusks from which most domestic swine come; introduced in United States
an uncastrated male hog
a huge, wild pig with a bad temper, and tusks growing out of its mouth
a mature male that is used for breeding
a sexually intact male porcine
An adult male hog that has not been neutered.
Wild pig; served both roasted and smoked.
An uncastrated male pig.
an adult, uncastrated male swine.
A mature male swine.
replacement boar is any intact (uncastrated) male pig intended for use in the breeding herd, but which has not yet been used for breeding. A service boar is any boar that is being, or has been, used for breeding purposes.
An entire male pig.
A male swine that has not been castrated.
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Male pig of any age.
a male pig
Intact (not castrated) male pig.
The Wild Boar (Sus scrofa) is the wild ancestor of the domestic pig. It is native in woodlands across much of Central Europe, the Mediterranean Region (including North Africa's Atlas Mountains) and much of Asia as far south as Indonesia, and has been widely introduced elsewhere. It is in the same Suidae biological family as the Warthog and Bushpig of Africa, the Pygmy Hog of northern India, Babirusa of Indonesia and others.