A group of cattle or any other domestic pets of one sort held collectively for a particular function.
Many wild animals of one species that continue to be collectively as an organization: a herd of elephants.
Many men and women; a crowd: a herd of stranded individuals.
The multitude of common individuals thought to be a mass: "It Will Be The luxurious and dissipated just who put the fashions that the herd so diligently follow” ( Henry David Thoreau). See Synonyms at flock1.
Someone who keeps a small grouping of domestic pets; a herdsman.
Many beasts put together collectively; ; a particular stock or category of cattle.
A crowd of reasonable individuals; a rabble.
One who herds or assembles domestic pets; a herdsman; -- much used in composition
Many creatures feeding or driven together; a drove; a flock: commonly used associated with the larger pets, such cows, oxen, horses, asses (cattle), deer, camels, elephants, whales, etc., and quite often of tiny cattle, as sheep, hogs, etc., as well as in falconry and fowling of wild birds, as swans, cranes, and curlews.
In a disparaging good sense, an organization of males or individuals; a rabble; a mob: as, the vulgar herd.
A herdsman; a keeper of cattle; a shepherd; ergo, a keeper of any domestic creatures: now unusual in the easy kind (except in Scotland), but typical in structure, like in cowherd, goatherd, gooseherd, shepherd, swineherd.
a crowd especially of ordinary or undistinguished people or things
a team of crazy animals of 1 species that remain collectively: antelope or elephants or seals or whales or zebra
several cattle or sheep or any other domestic mammals the same kind which are herded by humans