Definitions for "Shepherd "
Keywords:  flock, sheep, herd, herder, grazing
A man employed in tending, feeding, and guarding sheep, esp. a flock grazing at large.
To tend as a shepherd; to guard, herd, lead, or drive, as a shepherd.
A person who cares for sheep.
In the Golden Age shepherds lived without the comforts and commodities (and compromises) of civilization; Blake's good shepherds are often typologically related to Jesus; a shepherd has it easier than a Plowman. See also Piper.
The pastor of a church; one with the religious guidance of others.
a person appointed by the Incumbent and Church Wardens to visit regularly on behalf of St
Keywords:  puppy, boxer, bigger, breed, dog
a large breed
a large dog and even though your puppy may seem small at this time boxer dog training, it will definitely become much bigger
Keywords:  auxilliary, snmp, daemon, graphs, log
Shepherd daemon uses SNMP to periodically get and log general information from remote SNMP-managed devices. A Web interface generates Web pages with on-demand up-to-date graphs with traffic loads and HTML with auxilliary information.
Keywords:  sandford, david, drawn, assumed, claim
One of Mr Sandford's assumed name/titles, drawn from his claim to being the second "David"
Keywords:  clergyman, pupils, teacher, watch, over
a clergyman who watches over a group of people
watch over like a shepherd, as a teacher of her pupils
Informal name applied to a satellite orbiting very close to a ring and thought to cause a gravitational focusing that keeps the ring particles from drifting in the direction of the shepherd satellite.
Keywords:  nicknames, see
see nicknames
A defensive block, usually with arms raised, used to stop a teammate from being tackled.
Keywords:  driver, guide
a driver and not a guide
Keywords:  contact, law, described
the contact described in Law 15.4.2.