cowherd cowherd  /ˈkaʊ ˌhɜrd/


  • (n) a hired hand who tends cattle and performs other duties on horseback


  1. A cowherd who tried to milk a wild cow would promptly have his brains kicked out.
  2. The cowherd, struck by her beauty, might shoo his beasts away, and she, touched by his courtesy, might hand him a flower from a bouquet she had gathered.
  3. Winai Tatasuthai, a 45-year-old cowherd living in the tiny northeastern Thai hamlet of Baan Dongsaensuk, owes Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra debts of both money and gratitude.


  1. Talk of Alex Len going No. 1 in draft? NBA scouts must be crazy

    Baltimore Sun columnist Kevin Cowherd wonders if pro scouts actually saw much of the Terps        
    on June 24, 2013     Source: Baltimore Sun

  2. WIOU switches to ESPN format

    Longtime Kokomo AM station WIOU-1350 is planning a July 1 move to an ESPN Radio format, bringing "Mike & Mike in the Morning" and outspoken personality Colin Cowherd's show to the broadcaster. Station manager Ernie Caldemone said the station will con
    on June 23, 2013     Source: Kokomo Tribune


  • "I stole a line from (Colin Cowherd)," Pitino said. "He said message boards are unsuccessful people knocking successful people. And I couldn't have thought of that any better. That is about as on the money as any statement I've ever seen."
    on Jan 12, 2007 By: Rick Pitino Source: (subscription)

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