Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Spanish term for a herd of cattle or drove of sheep; adopted to some extent in California and southern Texas.
“Mientras tanto, la manada sale a trabajar, tosiendo un poco, sin ver, sin pensar, como si tal cosa.”
“Ja kõige lahedam oligi see, et ma suutsin arvutist täpselt oma kujutelma välja manada.”
“Tanto fue así que enseñé las chachas como hace mucho que no lo hacía y tuve la dicha de pasar por una manada de prepubertos que lo agradecieron en sobremanera.”
“The second half of the eighteenth century is probably the epoch in which bull breeding as we understand it came into its own and knowledge of which is necessary if we are to fully understand the modern manada brava of Spain.”
“But the very next week did not the pinto come to steal mares from the bay _manada_?”
“The steed might be near; perhaps lying down in the shade of the thicket; perhaps with a portion of the manada or some favourite in one of the adjacent glades.”
“The presence of his manada offered some guarantee, that he might still be near the ground where the vaquero had marked him.”
“The plan seemed feasible enough; but it was advisable that we should surround the manada before attempting to disturb them, else they might gallop off in the opposite direction, before any of us could get near.”
“We had ridden nearly ten miles without drawing bridle, when our guide struck upon the trail of the manada.”
“The mares had answered his first signal with a responsive neigh; and tossing up their heads, the whole manada was instantly in motion.”
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