Commonly Used Farm-Related Terms in English & Spanish

To prepare for your Spanish-speaking environment ahead, familiarize yourself with these commonly used farm-related terms. You can use Google Translate to hear their pronunciations.

  • Sheep (oveja) [oh-veh-hah]
  • Hen (gallina) [gah-yee-nah]
  • Rooster (gallo) [gah-yoh]
  • Goat (cabra) [kah-brah]
  • Rabbit (conejo) [koh-neh-hoh]
  • Male (macho) [mah-choh]
  • Shovel (pala) [pah-lah]
  • Rake (rastrillo) [rahs-tree-yoh]
  • Knife (cuchillo) [koo-chee-yoh]
  • Hammer (martillo) [mahr-tee-yoh]
  • Hammock (hamaca) [ah-mah-kah]
  • String (cuerda) [kwehr-dah]
  • Rope (cuerda) [kwehr-dah]
  • Box (caja) [kah-hah]
  • Tree (├írbol) [ahr-bohl]
  • Bucket (cubo) [koo-boh]
  • Boots (botas) [boh-tahs]
  • Water (agua) [ah-gwah]
  • Cage (jaula) [hah-oo-lah]
  • Barn (granero) [grah-neh-roh]
  • Soil (suelo) [sweh-loh]
  • Clean (limpiar) [leem-p’yahr] – Cleaning (limpieza) [leem-p’yeh-sah]
  • Cut (cortar) [kohr-tahr] – Cutting (corte) [kohr-teh]
  • Carry (llevar) [yeh-bahr] – Carrying (carga) [kahr-gah]
  • Bring (traer) [trah-ehr] – Bringing (trayendo) [trah-yehn-doh]

These terms will be helpful for communicating effectively on the farm in Spanish-speaking areas.