But Melanthius, the goatherd, crept up to the armory and brought down therefrom twelve helmets and shields, and spears as many.
She was goatherd and milkmaid, fire-tender and cook, tailor and tent-maker.
A goatherd was one day gathering his flock to return to the fold, when one of his goats strayed and refused to join the rest.
This goatherd had owned a larger flock, which had been stolen from him by the Crusaders.
"Say Sarra," said Don Quixote, unable to endure the goatherd's confusion of words.
He confided this to the goatherd Lampon begging for his aid.
A goatherd amuses himself by making combinations with heaps of little pebbles.
A goatherd of his acquaintance had seen him descend into a cleft in search of some herb, but out of it he had never returned.
Good-day, sir, said Pilarica, who knew no reason why one should not be as polite to a goatherd as to a grandee.
Here was the woman; he, alas, was not precisely like a goatherd on the volcanic hills.