(Spanish) Confer Cavalier.
A knight or cavalier; hence, a gentleman.
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From Spanish caballero
(gentleman): señor (cowboy): vaquero, gaucho (Argentina), charro (Mexico), huaso (Chile) (horseman): jinete
caballero (plural caballeros) A horseman, particularly in the Latin American context 2007 January 26, Roberta Smith, “Outside In”: Here we usually find the caballero aiming his pistol in one direction while pointing his reined-in steed in another, as if ready to wheel and dash to safety.
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