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herd

Ἐς δὲ τὰ ἔσχατα νουσήματα αἱ ἔσχαται θεραπεῖαι ἐς ἀκριβείην, κράτισται -> For extreme diseases, extreme methods of cure, as to restriction, are most suitable.
Corpus Hippocraticum, Aphorisms 1.6.2

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substantive

P. and V. ἀγέλη, ἡ (Plato but rare P.), βοσκήματα, τά.

herds of oxen: V. βουφόρβια, τά.

grazing herds: V. ἀγέλαι βουνόμοι, αἱ.

roaming in herds, adj.: P. and V. ἀγελαῖος.

Met., gang: P. and V. ὄχλος, ὁ, σύστασις, ἡ.

the common herd: P. and V. ὄχλος, ὁ, πλῆθος, τό, οἱ πολλοι.

verb transitive

tend cattle: P. νομεύειν, P. and V. ποιμαίνειν (Plato), νέμειν (Plato), V. φέρβειν, προσνέμειν (Euripides, Cyclops 36); see tend.

herd together, verb intransitive

met., P. and V. συνίστασθαι.

Translations

Albanian: tufë, kope, grigjë; Amharic: መንጋ; Ancient Greek: ἀγέλη; Arabic: قَطِيع‎; Armenian: երամակ; Azerbaijani: sürü; Bashkir: көтөү, өйөр; Belarusian: ста́так, чарада́, гурт, ста́да, табу́н, ста́да; Bengali: পশুপালক, গোকুল; Bulgarian: ста́до, табу́н; Burmese: သိုးအုပ်; Catalan: ramat; Chinese Mandarin: 獸群, 兽群, 群; Czech: stádo; Danish: hjord, flok; Dutch: kudde; Egyptian Arabic: قطيع‎; Esperanto: grego, brutaro, paŝtataro, aro, bestaro; Estonian: kari, parv; Finnish: lauma; French: troupeau; Galician: grea, fato, manda, rabaño; Gallurese: armentu; Georgian: ჯოგი; German: Herde; Greek: αγέλη; Haitian Creole: troupo, bann bèt; Hebrew: עֵדֶר‎, לַהֲקָה‎; Hindi: झुंड, गल्ला; Hungarian: csorda; Icelandic: hjörð, stóð; Indonesian: kawanan; Irish: tréad; Italian: mandria, branco, armento, masseria; Japanese: 群れ, 群; Kazakh: табын; Khmer: ហ្វូង, និករ, ផូង, ពពួក; Korean: 군중, 무리; Northern Kurdish: naxir; Kyrgyz: үйүр; Lao: ຝູງ, ຫມູ່, ຍູຖະ; Latin: armentum, grex, agmen; Latvian: ganāmpulks; Lithuanian: kaimenė; Logudorese: armentu, gama, masòne; Luxembourgish: Häerd; Macedonian: стадо; Malay: kawanan, sekawanan; Manchu: ᠠᡩᡠᠨ; Maore Comorian: ɓangwe; Maori: kāhui, māpu, rāngai, rāhui, whakataka, kāhui, rāhui, rāngai; Middle English: herde; Mongolian: сүрэг; Ngazidja Comorian: ndzizi; Norman: fliotchet; Norwegian Bokmål: flokk, bøling; Norwegian: hjord; Old Church Slavonic Cyrillic: стадо; Old East Slavic: стадо; Old English: heord; Ossetian: дзуг; Pashto: رمه‎; Persian: رمه‎, گله‎, فسیله‎‎, رمه‎; Plautdietsch: Häad; Polish: stado; Portuguese: manada, rebanho; Roman: stado, krdo; Romanian: cireadă, cârd, ciopor, turmă; Russian: ста́до, гурт, табу́н; Rutul: нехир; Sardinian Campidanese: masoni; Sassarese: masoni; Serbo-Croatian Cyrillic: стадо, крдо; Slovak: stádo; Slovene: čreda, stado; Lower Sorbian: stadło; Spanish: hato, rebaño, manada; Swahili: kundi; Swedish: hjord; Tajik: рама, гала, пода; Tatar: көтү; Thai: หมู่, ฝูง; Tibetan: ཁྱུ; Turkish: sürü; Turkmen: süri; Tuvan: кодан, сүрүг; Ukrainian: ста́до, череда́, гурт, табу́н; Urdu: گله‎; Uyghur: پادا‎; Uzbek: poda, gala; Vietnamese: đàn, bầy; Volapük: jep, lalpajep; Yiddish: סטאַדע‎