Texas longhorn

noun
  1. one of a breed of long-horned beef cattle of the southwestern U.S., developed from cattle introduced into North America from Spain and valued for disease resistance, fecundity, and a historical association with the old West: now rare.

Origin of Texas longhorn

An Americanism dating back to 1905–10
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