gaucho gaucho  /ˈɡaʊ tʃoʊ/

Definition(s):

  • (n) a cowboy of the South American pampas

Usage(s):

  1. Even after their gauchos were dust, the knivesthe knives, not their tools, the menknew how to fight.
  2. In another story, a gaucho is confined to bed for the rest of his life after being thrown by a horse.
  3. In the corrals stood gauchos, their flapping diaper-like chiripa about their legs, swinging pole axes.

News

  1. NBA Sonics legend Slick Watts to Seattle: 'The expansion team is on its way.'

    Corrected version I admit I haven’t paid much attention to the NBA finals this year. But thanks to a USC alumni club dinner in Seattle last spring, I won a bid to have lunch with Slick Watts. This week, I finally used that El Gaucho gift certificate and treated Slick to a steak meal. It
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Seattle Times

  2. Gauchos Travel to Santa Ynez to Work with Pony All Stars

    Members of the UCSB coaching staff made a trip to Santa Ynez, Calif. to host a free, 2-hour clinic with the Santa Ynez Pony Baseball All Stars on Wednesday. The event was part of the Gaucho Baseball Academy’s summer camp schedule (Camp Schedule). The Gaucho staff focused on hitting and defensive drills that allowed the All Stars to have fun while enhancing their skills.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: UC Santa Barbara Athletics

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Quotes

  • Ronaldinho, who is currently resting in his home city of Porte Alegre, told the Portuguese paper Record: "I am Gaucho [name given to those from the Rio Grande do Sul area of Brazil] like Scolari. I won the World Cup with him in 2002. I grew a lot...
    on Jun 14, 2008 By: Ronaldinho Source: Telegraph.co.uk

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