drover

[droh-ver]
noun
1.
a person who drives cattle or sheep to market.
2.
a dealer in cattle.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English. See drove2, -er1

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drover (ˈdrəʊvə)
 
n
a person whose occupation is the driving of sheep or cattle, esp to and from market

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drover
early 15c., from drove.
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Example sentences
He envied every daysman and drover in the tavern their manly speech.
Today, the market is responding to pressures that would amaze an old-time cattle drover.
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