noun, plural pam·pe·ros [pahm-pair-ohz, pam-; Spanish pahm-pe-raws] /pɑmˈpɛər oʊz, pæm-; Spanish pɑmˈpɛ rɔs/.
Origin of pampero
Examples from the Web for pampero
After this we settled down to a two days' pampero, with a huge but regular sea.From Sail to Steam, Recollections of Naval Life|Captain A. T. Mahan
This is the pampero, the south wind, the wind from the Pampas, which blows straight from the frozen tops of the Andes.
As the Pampero docked, and the men came on deck, they were greeted by a shouting mob of enthusiastic people.The History of Cuba, vol. 3|Willis Fletcher Johnson
The sun is rarely wanting, and the rle of the Mistral is played by the pampero with great success.
The pampero, dreaded on shore as well as at sea, blows with tremendous force across this region.The Western World|W.H.G. Kingston