The vaquero (Spanish pronunciation: [baˈkeɾo], Portuguese: vaqueiro Portuguese pronunciation: [vaˈkejɾu]) is a horse-mounted livestock herder of a tradition that originated on the Iberian Peninsula and extensively developed in Mexico from a methodology brought to Latin America from Spain. The vaquero became the foundation for the North American cowboy. The vaqueros of the Americas were the horsemen and cattle herders of New Spain, who first came to California with the Jesuit priest Eusebio Kino in 1687, and later with expeditions in 1769 and the Juan Bautista de Anza expedition in 1774. They were the first cowboys in the region.

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  • Der Vaquero ist allgemein der berittene Rinderhirte Spaniens und vieler seiner (ehemaligen) lateinamerikanischen Kolonien, wo er z. B. als Huaso (Chile), Gaucho (Argentinien, Uruguay), Vaqueiro (Brasilien) oder Charro (Mexiko) etc. auftritt. In Portugal versieht er ähnliche Arbeiten, heißt dort aber Campino und trägt eine völlig andere Tracht. Das Wort wird mit einem weichen "B" am Anfang ausgesprochen, das auch einem "W" ähnelt; nicht mit einem scharf betonten "V". (de)
  • The vaquero (Spanish pronunciation: [baˈkeɾo], Portuguese: vaqueiro Portuguese pronunciation: [vaˈkejɾu]) is a horse-mounted livestock herder of a tradition that originated on the Iberian Peninsula and extensively developed in Mexico from a methodology brought to Latin America from Spain. The vaquero became the foundation for the North American cowboy. The vaqueros of the Americas were the horsemen and cattle herders of New Spain, who first came to California with the Jesuit priest Eusebio Kino in 1687, and later with expeditions in 1769 and the Juan Bautista de Anza expedition in 1774. They were the first cowboys in the region. In the modern United States and Canada, remnants of two major and distinct vaquero traditions remain, known today as the "Texas" tradition and the "Mexican", "Vaquero", or "California" tradition. The popular "horse whisperer" style of natural horsemanship was originally developed by practitioners who were predominantly from California and the Northwestern United States, clearly combining the attitudes and philosophy of the California vaquero with the equipment and outward look of the Texas cowboy. The natural horsemanship movement openly acknowledges much influence of the vaquero tradition. The cowboys of the Great Basin still use the term "buckaroo", which may be a corruption of vaquero, to describe themselves and their tradition. (en)
  • Vaqueiro é um termo que designa no Brasil a pessoa responsável por cuidar de gado bovino, de modo análogo à concepção americana do cowboy. No Sul do Brasil, o gaúcho com sua boleadeira, são de origem ibérica, que incorporou elementos indígenas como o uso do chimarrão (origem paraguaia) e roupas andinas como o poncho. No Nordeste do Brasil, onde o Português radicado e o índio se transformaram no vaqueiro que faz uso de indumentária própria feita de couro, composta por perneira (calça), gibão (dolmâ ou jaqueta de couro, sobretudo), chapéu (de couro de abas largas dobradas no meio), peitoral (avental de couro), luvas e botas também de couro. Pois o couro protege a pele do vaqueiro contra queimaduras vindas do sol e dos galhos e espinhos das árvores da caatinga, mata ou sertão de espinhos verdes, próprios do Nordeste brasileiro. (pt)
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  • Der Vaquero ist allgemein der berittene Rinderhirte Spaniens und vieler seiner (ehemaligen) lateinamerikanischen Kolonien, wo er z. B. als Huaso (Chile), Gaucho (Argentinien, Uruguay), Vaqueiro (Brasilien) oder Charro (Mexiko) etc. auftritt. In Portugal versieht er ähnliche Arbeiten, heißt dort aber Campino und trägt eine völlig andere Tracht. Das Wort wird mit einem weichen "B" am Anfang ausgesprochen, das auch einem "W" ähnelt; nicht mit einem scharf betonten "V". (de)
  • The vaquero (Spanish pronunciation: [baˈkeɾo], Portuguese: vaqueiro Portuguese pronunciation: [vaˈkejɾu]) is a horse-mounted livestock herder of a tradition that originated on the Iberian Peninsula and extensively developed in Mexico from a methodology brought to Latin America from Spain. The vaquero became the foundation for the North American cowboy. The vaqueros of the Americas were the horsemen and cattle herders of New Spain, who first came to California with the Jesuit priest Eusebio Kino in 1687, and later with expeditions in 1769 and the Juan Bautista de Anza expedition in 1774. They were the first cowboys in the region. (en)
  • Vaqueiro é um termo que designa no Brasil a pessoa responsável por cuidar de gado bovino, de modo análogo à concepção americana do cowboy. No Sul do Brasil, o gaúcho com sua boleadeira, são de origem ibérica, que incorporou elementos indígenas como o uso do chimarrão (origem paraguaia) e roupas andinas como o poncho. No Nordeste do Brasil, onde o Português radicado e o índio se transformaram no vaqueiro que faz uso de indumentária própria feita de couro, composta por perneira (calça), gibão (dolmâ ou jaqueta de couro, sobretudo), chapéu (de couro de abas largas dobradas no meio), peitoral (avental de couro), luvas e botas também de couro. Pois o couro protege a pele do vaqueiro contra queimaduras vindas do sol e dos galhos e espinhos das árvores da caatinga, mata ou sertão de espinhos verd (pt)
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  • Vaquero (en)
  • Vaquero (de)
  • Vaqueiro (pt)
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