shepherdess

shepherdess
{'ʃepədis}
n ж. р. от shepherd
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{'shepъdis} n ж.р. от shepherd1 .
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n ж. р. от shepherd
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shepherdess[´ʃepədes] n овчарка.

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  • shepherdess — noun Date: 14th century a woman or girl who tends sheep; also a rural girl or woman …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • shepherdess — /shep euhr dis/, n. 1. a girl or woman who herds sheep. 2. a rural girl. [1350 1400; ME shepherdesse. See SHEPHERD, ESS] Usage. See ess. * * * …   Universalium

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