cowherd


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
  • noun

Synonyms for cowherd

a hired hand who tends cattle and performs other duties on horseback

References in periodicals archive ?
Since the day I first encountered the guys at Perky Jerky, I knew that the lifestyle and brand alignment with active and healthy snacking was a winning combination," said Colin Cowherd.
While all SEC schools have the level of staffing and resources to provide a solid academic support system for athletes, Cowherd believes that a personal touch can make a huge difference in regard to academic success and retention.
It was possible that Joschko was accustomed to His Highness's peculiarities because, as striking as his physical presence was, his utter mental helplessness was even more so: even when one took into consideration his lack of experience and the gaps in his education, which for a Slovak cowherd scarcely could be otherwise, one had to agree that Joschko's intellect was miniscule.
The contest winner is crowned as the festival's king for that year and the activity commemorates the pranks of Hindu deity Krishna and cowherd boys.
Unless we stop expensive marriages, insecurity will not end till Jesus comes," he said winning laughter from participants among them cowherd men who view his approach as impossible.
Syndicated programming includes Dan Patrick, Colin Cowherd, and Mike and Mike.
STAY at The Barn at Cowherd Shute farm, Somerset, which sleeps five and is within easy reach of the city of Bath - ideal for Christmas shopping.
ESPN Radio, the nation's largest sports radio network, offers fans expert analysis and commentary on shows such as "Mike and Mike in the Morning," "The Mike Tirico Show" and "The Herd with Colin Cowherd," in addition to the popular "Pardon the Interruption" and "Around the Horn.
By Kevin Cowherd So that whole business about drinking eight 8-ounce glasses of water a day is a lot of hooey?
Attuned to the pressing need to spread the Gospel, Hild nurtured missionary efforts, encouraging the genius of Caedmon, a cowherd turned poet-monk, who put scripture to poetry in order to evangelize the folk.
Beach's office is one of 300 rural health clinics in the state, notes Marti Cowherd, who sits on the board of the Missouri Association of Rural Health Clinics.
To prove the insignificance of the sports blogosphere, ESPN radio host Colin Cowherd recently asked listeners to flood they website "The Big Lead" to overload its servers and crash the site.
Seniors Paul LeBlanc and Grant Cowherd each scored five goals, and freshman Edison Parzanese chipped in with two goals and a game-high five assists as the visiting Crusaders snapped a two-game losing streak.
It allows me to multi-task while I catch the days headlines, and enjoy the banter of Marc Moser on AM 950 the Fan, followed by Colin Cowherd on ESPN radio, and Jim Rome on the 950 the Fan at lunch.
The Emperor had separated the pair, forcing his seventh daughter to move to the star Vega and the cowherd to the star Altair.