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manada

[ muh-nah-duh ]
/ məˈnɑ də /
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noun Southwestern U.S.
a herd of horses.
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Origin of manada

First recorded in 1835–45; from American Spanish, Spanish: “herd, flock, crowd,” perhaps to be identified with Old Spanish manada “handful,” derivative of mano “hand,” from Latin manus
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