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leprechaun

leprechaun  n.— «Today’s corporate scandals have produced Lady Godiva (full disclosure) and the leprechaun (elusive executives who hide their millions; also spelled lepre-con), and then there’s Enronitis (stock hit hard by accounting...

hammerhead

hammerhead
 n.— «Hammerhead—A road rider.» —“Even you can learn the lingo!” by Tom Steadman Greensboro News & Record (N.C.) May 9, 1993. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

buckle bunny

buckle bunny  n.— «Buckle bunnies: Rodeo’s version of groupies, women who love to be around rodeo cowboys.» —“Pick up lingo to rope in good time” by Jeannine Crooks Milford Daily News (Mass.) June 10, 2004...

hazer

hazer  n.— «Hazer: The cowboy riding on the opposite side of the steer to keep the animal from running away from the steer wrestler’s horse.» —“Pick up lingo to rope in good time” by Jeannine Crooks Milford Daily...

bull dogger

bull dogger
 n.— «Bull dogger: Steer wrestler.» —“Pick up lingo to rope in good time” by Jeannine Crooks Milford Daily News (Mass.) June 10, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

hocker

hocker  n.— «“Hocker” has since seeped into our lingo. The catch phrase has come to connote the student in the know, who rubs elbows with the higher-ups at Yeshiva, often organizing Yeshiva events and programs. The proverbial hocker...