TERMINOLOGY. I originally intended to use the term Aboriginal to refer to the indigenous people of North America; however, I found that performers at Euro. Collected slang words and phrases of the Old West, extracted from period newspapers, books and memoirs. Plus detailed info on horses. TERMINOLOGY. I originally intended to use the term Aboriginal to refer to the indigenous people of North America; however, I found that performers at Euro. The South thing makes sense as after the Civil War many displaced plantation owners as well as others, moved west, taking their dialects with. Follow us QWait 'Quizlet. Go to blazes — go to hell. Half-hitch, Hard work, Hardhearted, Hardship, Hazardous, Herd, Hitch, Hogtie, Holster, Horse, Horseshoes, Hostile, Hostility, Howdy! Signed by the Author. To protect our users, we can't weltmeisterschaft alle sieger your request right. Shuck — remove guns but could mean to remove clothes. Unshucked - Cowboy talk for naked. Shoddy - Of poor quality. Roman nose — a draft horse with a profile that bulges slightly outward from the eyes; an undesirable trait in other breeds because it indicates coarseness and can interfere with vision. Well, here's a guide to help! An Equestrian Writer's Guide. Goner — Lost or dead. To see Cowboys, Native Americans and the Wild West word lists , please go to the home page for word games, interactive worksheets, word puzzles and themed content. Cultus — despicable, worthless, stupid. Be careful to check the origin date of some of the terms. Hoss — a horse. Clipped his horns — took him down a notch or two; referring to a fight or a braggert. Get a Print Out of this Word List.