Cowshed (noun)

  1. A building where cows are kept.
  2. A building used for the shelter or protection of cows.

Origin:

Old english cu-sceadu, from cu "cow" + sceadu "shade".

Examples:

  1. The cowshed was located on the farm and was used to shelter the cows from the weather.
  2. The cowshed was equipped with stalls for the cows to sleep in.
  3. The cowshed was cleaned regularly to maintain a healthy environment for the cows.
  4. The cowshed was used for milking the cows and storing their milk.
  5. The cowshed was the heart of the dairy farm.
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