Kine feed in the grass-grown bailey court; its glory is departed.
And as I enter the little village, I am greeted by the bleat of sheep and the low of the kine.
The paths in the woods were covered with the dead bodies of kine, calves and sheep.
She is a little taller, and she is so graceful when she milks the kine.
Only two women were left in Middalhof with her, and some thralls who tended the kine and horses.
Kine and horses, sheep and dogs, had long been domesticated.
From regions far beyond came the bells of the kine and the goats.
Such a murrain of kine, that dogs and ravens that fed on them were poisoned.
The sweet breath of kine is wafted on the night, and the drone of many insects.
Silk of the kine and poor old woman, names given her in old times.