manada

noun
ma·​na·​da | \məˈnädə\
plural -s

Definition of manada 

Southwest

: a herd of horses especially : a breeding band of wild horses consisting of a stallion, several mares, and young stock

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History and Etymology for manada

Spanish, from Old Spanish, handful of grass or grain, herd, from mano hand, from Latin manus

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