'Ovce' is cognate with English 'ewe', a female sheep, both from Indo-European 'hówis'.
"Hledáte ovci" is incorrect?
"Hledáte ovci?" is correct.
Why is it ovci and not ovce if its "a sheep"
The accusative case for a direct object.
How do I say "Sheeps" in Czech? :D
jedna ovce, dvě ovce, ...
pět ovcí, šest ovcí, ...
Sheeps in English can only denote different kinds or breeds of sheep. It would be the usual plural in Czech. European sheeps - evropské ovce.
Ale na co hledáš ovci?