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But Kari got lost himself; so when the cowherd had recovered entirely, I went to look for his cows and my lost elephant.
KARI THE ELEPHANTDHAN GOPAL MUKERJI
A stone image of the Spinning-Maid stood on one shore of the lake, and another of the Cowherd on the opposite shore.
The cowherd and his wife gave him supper, and let him stay all night, and gave him some breakfast next morning.
The cowherd's wife was a hard-working woman, and it provoked her to see a great big man dreaming over the fire all the morning.
Vitra then sent her home, bidding her look on the table when next she entered her cowherd's hut and see what she would find there.
THE SCIENCE OF FAIRY TALESEDWIN SIDNEY HARTLAND
This local addition is not the work of a cowherd; it suggests rather a mind apt to direct souls and to inspire deeds.
Will you allow yourselves to be vanquished by a female cowherd?
He was evidently a cowherd, for his shirt sleeves were tight at the wrists—wide sleeves would be in the way among horned beasts.
The barrow-boy now came up, and announced that from the look-out tree he had seen the other cowherd coming up at a gallop.
The csikós showed the paper to the cowherd, pointing with his finger where, and dictating what to write.

WORDS RELATED TO COWHERD

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