You can refer to them both as she.
She is defined as a female who was previously mentioned.
An example of a she is a doe, a female deer.
- the woman, girl, or female animal (or, sometimes, the thing regarded as female) previously mentioned: feminine personal pronoun in the third person singular: she is the nominative form, her the objective, hers the possessive, and herself the reflexive and intensive; her is the possessive pronominal adjective
- : used occasionally as an alternative to the generic he: every child needs to feel that she is loved
- the person; the one; anyone
- the person just mentioned
Origin of sheMiddle English sche, scho, probably developed (infl. by Old English seo, feminine def. article) ; from Old English h?o, she
a woman, girl, or female animal
female: used in hyphenated compounds: she-bear
- Used to refer to the female person or animal previously mentioned or implied. See Usage Notes at he1, I1, they.
- Used to refer to a person whose gender is unspecified or unknown.
- Used in place of it to refer to certain inanimate things, such as ships and nations, traditionally perceived as female: “Went out and hopped in my old Ford / Hit the engine but she ain't turnin’” (Bruce Springsteen).
A female animal or person. Sometimes used in combination: Is the cat a she? Is that a she-bear?
Origin of sheMiddle English, probably alteration of Old English s&emacron;o, feminine demonstrative pron.; see so- in Indo-European roots.