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 lassoing
Botched oaths, a lassoing cowboy, $4 inaugural-ball tickets, and more iconic inaugural moments.
And, secondly, when the Indian does succeed in lassoing a first-rate horse he keeps it for his own use.The Dog Crusoe and his Master|R.M. Ballantyne
There was to be a morning exhibition of lassoing, racing, and other feats of skill and strength.Across the Continent by the Lincoln Highway|Effie Price Gladding
Four men were out among the herd, lassoing those intended for slaughter.In Search of a Siberian Klondike|Homer B. Hulbert
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.)).