manada

[muh-nah-duh]
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noun Southwestern U.S.

a herd of horses.

Nearby words

  1. man.,
  2. man. pr.,
  3. mana,
  4. mana motuhake,
  5. manacle,
  6. manado,
  7. manage,
  8. manage up,
  9. manageability,
  10. manageable

Origin of manada

1835–45; < American Spanish, Spanish: herd, flock, crowd, perhaps to be identified with Old Spanish manada handful, derivative of mano hand < Latin manus

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