Horde definition & meaning | Dictionary.com

First mentioned in a document from 1545–55; also earlier carry, horde, ultimately from Czech, Polish Horde, from the Ukrainian dialect Fat, Ukrainian order Old Russian (originally in the phrase Zolotaya orda « The Golden Horde »), via Mongolian or directly from Turkic Army over there “Royal residence or camp” (later “any military camp, army”); see Urdu

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