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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Agriculture, Occupations
herdsmanherds‧man /ˈhɜːdzmən/ noun (plural herdsmen /-mən/) [countable]  TABOa man who looks after a herd of animals
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herdsmanThe same dialogue continues in similar vein for shepherd and herdsman.Such hats were worn by the Fulani, a semi-nomadic tribe of cattle herdsmen.Eventually the scheme had to be dropped and the cattle and yaks and horses returned to the care of individual herdsmen.They had broken up because some villages would not let herdsmen through.But, like Nietzsche said, no herdsman and one herd.I was down there looking round and the herdsman introduced us.Later, two herdsmen came in with about thirty camels.
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