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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Occupations, Agriculture
swineherdswine‧herd /ˈswaɪnhɜːd $ -hɜːrd/ noun [countable]  old useBOTA someone who looks after pigs
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swineherdBefore he would do so, how-ever, he dispatched the swineherd to inform Penelope of his return.Each burgess paid 7d. a year and some service for his croft, men like Lambert the shoemaker and Orderic the swineherd.
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