Definition of manada in English:

manada

(also manáda)

noun

South-Western, United States Regional
  • A herd of horses, usually breeding mares.

Origin

Mid 19th century. From Spanish manada herd, drove, flock (of cattle or other livestock), earlier in sense ‘handful’ from mano hand + -ada.

Pronunciation

manada

/maˈnɑːdə/