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caballero

noun ca·bal·le·ro \ˌka-bə-ˈler-(ˌ)ō, -bə(l)-ˈyer-\
plural ca·bal·le·ros

Definition of CABALLERO

2
chiefly Southwest :  horseman

Origin of CABALLERO

Spanish, from Late Latin caballarius hostler — more at cavalier
First Known Use: 1749

Rhymes with CABALLERO

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