noun \rē-ˈa-tə, -ˈä-\

Definition of REATA

:  lariat

Examples of REATA

  1. <the gauchos tied their reatas and rode out onto the pampas to rope calves>

Origin of REATA

American Spanish — more at lariat
First Known Use: 1846

Related to REATA

lariat, lasso, riata


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