Definition of charro
: a Mexican horseman or cowboy typically dressed in an elaborately decorated outfit of close-fitting pants, jacket or serape, and sombrero
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Origin and Etymology of charro
Mexican Spanish, from Spanish, rude, coarse, rustic, of poor taste, from Basque txar bad, defective, weak
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