A wandering troop or gang; especially, a clan or tribe of a nomadic people migrating from place to place for the sake of pasturage, plunder, etc.; a predatory multitude.
Unblack metal project
Album by Biota
Painting by Daniel Richter
Board, Bored, Chord, Cord, Cored, Fjord, Floored, Foard, Ford, Forde, Goard, Gored, Gourd, Hoard, Hord, Horde, Jorde, Lord, Mord, Nord, Nored, Norred, Oared, Ord, Plourde, Pored, Poured, Roared, Scored, Shored, Snored, Soard, Soared, Stored, Sword, Ward, Warde, Warred
Abhorred, Aboard, Accord, Acord, Adored, Afford, Alvord, Award, Axford, Beauford, Debord, Deborde, Deplored, Dubord, Explored, Ignored, Implored, Laborde, Mainord, Mccord, Montford, Mountford, Outscored, Reboard, Record, Restored, Revord, Reward, Shavord, Toward, Verwoerd
Prerecord, Underscored, Unexplored, Untoward
|Horde (Last Name / Surname)|
Horde is the #94,730 most common last name / surname from the 2010 United States Census. The census reported that 193 people had that surname.
Horde in Spanish is Horda
Horde in Tagalog is Lipon
|Example Sentence (Quote)|
" Sam: Looky there Max, it's a horde of murderous inner-dwellers .Max: When there are five or more, the correct term is a clot." - Sam & Max