noun, plural cow·men.
- a person who owns cattle; rancher.
- a cowboy or cowherd.
Examples from the Web for cowman
They're a law unto themselves up there, and a cowman stands some show—a good one against thieves.The Outlet|Andy Adams
In a short time they came galloping from the stable at the rear of the hotel, and pulled up, facing the cowman.The Pony Rider Boys in Texas|Frank Gee Patchin
Williams was a Wyoming cowman of the old school; taciturn, lean, sinewy.Overland Red|Henry Herbert Knibbs
I don't mind the cowman, but the maiden lady is a large order.
His tone was conciliating, and the cowman, in spite of himself, responded to it.The Forester's Daughter|Hamlin Garland