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wet pony

wet pony  n.— «Wet ponies. Stolen horses from Mexico or brought in without paying duty.» —“Cow Punchers’ Slang and Jargon” in Utah, Texas, Ore., S.D., Colo., Ariz., Mont. Lexicon of Trade Jargon , 1938-39...

splitter

splitter
 n.— «Splitter. Nickel.» —“Cowboy Jargon” in Texas Lexicon of Trade Jargon Feb. 14, 1938. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

sally-hooting

sally-hooting
 n.— «Sally-hootin’. Courting.» —“Cowboy Jargon” in Texas Lexicon of Trade Jargon Feb. 14, 1938. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

waddy

waddy
 n.— «Waddies. Cowboys.» —“Cow Punchers’ Slang and Jargon” in Utah, Texas, Ore., S.D., Colo., Ariz., Mont. Lexicon of Trade Jargon , 1938-39. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

spizzer

spizzer
 n.— «Spizzer. Incredible story.» —“Cow Punchers’ Slang and Jargon” in Utah, Texas, Ore., S.D., Colo., Ariz., Mont. Lexicon of Trade Jargon , 1938-39. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

ride herd on

ride herd on
 v. phr.— «Ridin’ herd on. Courting.» —“Cow Punchers’ Slang and Jargon” in Utah, Texas, Ore., S.D., Colo., Ariz., Mont. Lexicon of Trade Jargon , 1938-39. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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