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fart-knocker

fart-knocker
 n.— «Fart-knocker. Any kind of fall tumble.» —“Cow Punchers’ Slang and Jargon” in Utah, Texas, Ore., S.D., Colo., Ariz., Mont. Lexicon of Trade Jargon , 1938-39. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

wet beef

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

wet horse

wet horse  n.— «Wet horse. Stolen horse. (From the fact that raiders ran the herds of stolen horses across the Rio Grande River.)» —“Cow Punchers’ Slang and Jargon” in Utah, Texas, Ore., S.D., Colo., Ariz., Mont...

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)

potato knife

potato knife  n.— «“Potato knife” is believed to be Texas slang for a small kitchen knife with a four-to-six-inch blade.» —“Monster Of A Dad Chopped Up Girls Over $40″ by Marsha Kranes in Zion, Ill. N.Y...