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Herder

[her-duhr]
noun
Johann Gottfried von [yoh-hahn gawt-freet fuhn] , 1744–1803, German philosopher and poet.
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herder (ˈhɜːdə)
 
n
chiefly (US) Brit equivalent: herdsman a person who cares for or drives herds of cattle or flocks of sheep, esp on an open range

Herder (German ˈhɛrdər)
 
n
Johann Gottfried von (joˈhan ˈɡɔtfriːt fɔn). 1744--1803, German philosopher, critic, and poet, the leading figure in the Sturm und Drang movement in German literature. His chief work is Outlines of a Philosophy of the History of Man (1784--91)

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Example sentences
Once a herder has insurance, banking becomes much easier.
Each band has a herder, guard dog, horse and sheep wagon.
She called the cow herder, who arrived banging the dinner pail.
But as they head to the forest to graze no human herder accompanies them.
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