one of any of several breeds of dogs used originally for herding livestock, including the Belgian sheepdog, collie, German shepherd, and Old English sheepdog.
noun 1. the impulse or tendency toward clustering or acting in a group, especially the presumed instinct toward or need for gregariousness and conformity. noun 1. (psychol) the inborn tendency to associate with others and follow the group’s behaviour
[hurdz-muh n] /ˈhɜrdz mən/ noun, plural herdsmen. 1. a herder; the keeper of a herd, especially of cattle or sheep. 2. (initial capital letter) Astronomy. the constellation Boötes. /ˈhɜːdzmən/ noun (pl) -men 1. (mainly Brit) a person who breeds, rears, or cares for cattle or (rarely) other livestock in the herd US equivalent herder n. […]
- Herd tester
noun 1. (NZ) a technician trained to test the health and production of milk and butterfat of dairy cows
/ˈhɜːdwɪk/ noun 1. a hardy breed of coarse-woolled sheep from NW England