[1950s+ Narcotics; fr Spanish, ''horse,'' translating horse, ''heroin'']
Ultra-marathon legend Micah True, a.k.a. caballo Blanco, went out for a run and never returned.
A syllogism is a word meanin' the same as another word, like as if I was to say caballo for horse or six-shooter for revolver.
At first “caballo” was all he could make of it,—(the horse).
When he learned that it was caballo, he forthwith renounced his name, and from that day this silly infidel was known as Caballito.
Answer this: Why didn't you tell me, when I told you my caballo's name, that you knew what it meant?
Blas Vasquez was what is called in Mexico a hombre de a caballo, versed for a long period in Indian tricks.
Mont a caballo breve instante sobre el muro, y despus desapareci entre 213 la negra espesura de los rboles.
It is probable the term is derived from the Spanish caballo, a horse.
Light chestnut in Spanish is “ruano”; the proverb says “caballo ruano para las putas.”
In Spanish, I may observe, caballo arrogante is simply a gallant, spirited horse.