Definition of

Gaucho

  1. (noun, person) a cowboy of the South American pampas

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Alternate forms of Gaucho

Hypernyms: cattleman, cowboy, cowhand, cowherd, cowman, cowpoke, cowpuncher, puncher

Origin of the word Gaucho

  1. 1824, from Sp., probably from a native S.Amer. language, cf. Araucanian cauchu "wanderer." more

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Words that sound like Gaucho

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