Definition of cowherd in English:

cowherd

Syllabification: cow·herd
Pronunciation: /ˈkouhərd
 
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noun

A person who tends grazing cattle.
More example sentences
  • Schools and shops closed: milkmaids and cowherds had taken a holiday.
  • Born among those who tend cattle, the cowherd Krishna indulged in endless pranks.
  • They travelled in a decorated chariot, followed on foot by the cowherds.

Origin

Old English, from cow1 + obsolete herd 'herdsman'.

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