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Goat meat or goat's meat is the meat of the homegrown goat (Capra aegagrus hircus). The normal name for goat meat is basically "goat", however meat from grown-up goats is alluded to as chevon, while that from youthful goats can be called capretto (It.), cabrito (Sp. furthermore, Por.), or kid. In South Asian and Caribbean food, sheep generally implies goat meat. In South Asia, where sheep curry is famous, "lamb" is utilized for both goat and sheep meat.

The culinary name "chevon", a mix of chèvre 'goat' and mouton 'sheep', was begat in 1922 and chosen by an exchange affiliation; it was taken on by the United States Department of Agriculture in 1928. According to statistical surveying, purchasers in the United States like "chevon" to "goat" and "Cabrito", an expression of Spanish and Portuguese beginning, alludes explicitly to the meat of youthful, milk-took care goat. It is otherwise called chivo.


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