Definition of Charro

1. Noun. A type of Mexican horseman ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Charro

1. a cowboy [n -ROS]

Charro Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Charro

charquid
charquis
charr
charras
charreada
charreadas
charred
charred pancake cup
charret
charrets
charrette
charrettes
charrier
charriest
charring
charro (current term)
charros
charrs
charrus
charry
chars
charset
charsets
chart
chart-topping
chart datum
charta
chartable
chartaceous
chartas

Literary usage of Charro

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1. The Man who Likes Mexico: The Spirited Chronicle of Adventurous Wanderings by Owen Wallace Gillpatrick (1912)
"Among the many picturesque sights of this picture-country, the charro horseman shines preeminent. In my own little collection of the mind's eye, ..."

2. A Peep at Mexico: Narrative of a Journey Across the Republic from the by John Lewis Geiger (1874)
"... plaza— Appearance of the people—Their dress—charro—Model de Colima —The theatre—The market—Cotton factories—Clever artisans— Position and productions of ..."

3. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept, Southern Pacific Company (1912)
"Just as he finished, a babble of excited Spanish rosi- outside, and spurning the body heavily with his foot he turned to mivi lili' great charro and his ..."

4. Defending the Earth: Abuses of Human Rights and the Environment by Human Rights Watch (Organization), Human Rights Watch (Organization, Natural Resources Defense Council (1992)
"... the Mexican environmental movement at international forums and at so-called "public hearings" in Mexico, but they represent government- A "charro" is a ..."

5. Annals of the Town of Providence: From Its First Settlement, to the by William Read Staples (1843)
"He remained here but a short time, when he was succeeded by Mr. charro. Mr. charro was dismissed from his charge on account of improper conduct. ..."

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