noun, plural las·sos, las·soes.
verb (used with object), las·soed, las·so·ing.
- lassen peak,
- lassen volcanic national park,
- lasso, orlando di,
- lassus, orlandus,
- lassus, roland de,
Origin of lasso
Examples from the Web for lasso
The details on how to lasso an asteroid are still being worked out.James Cameron and Investors Seek to Lasso and Mine an Asteroid|Vivien Marx|April 24, 2012|DAILY BEAST
"The lasso is of Comanche make," went on the mountain man, severely frowning again.The Red River Half-Breed|Gustave Aimard
Buddy ran and got it, and in one end he made a loop, just like the cowboys do when they lasso a wild steer, or a horse.Buddy And Brighteyes Pigg|Howard R. Garis
In the mean time Jon had come gently towards his reindeer and knotted the cord of the lasso round his muzzle.The Land of the Long Night|Paul du Chaillu
"But I'll get him next time," said Bunny, as he picked up his lasso and ran after the rooster.Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue Playing Circus|Laura Lee Hope
Bo Rayner's little, booted feet were tied together with one end of a lasso and the other end trailed off over the ground.The Man of the Forest|Zane Grey
noun plural -sos or -soes
verb -sos, -soes, -soing or -soed
Word Origin for lasso
1807 (v.); 1808 (n.), American English, from Spanish lazo, from Latin laqueum (nominative laqueus) "noose, snare" (see lace (n.)).