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Cowboys Vocabulary and Amazing WordsSecond Grade Reading Unit 6 – Story 5
Vocabulary Words cattle trails cowboy railroad herd campfire gallopedchuckwagon bellowed roundup
cattle Animals raised for their meat, milk, or skins.
trails Paths across fields or through the woods.
cowboy A person who works on a cattle ranch.
railroad A road or track of two steel rails.
herd A group of the same kinds of animals.
campfire An outdoor fire used for cooking or staying warm.
galloped To run very fast.
chuckwagon A wagon or truck that carries food and cooking equipment for cowhands.
bellowed To make a loud, deep noise.
roundup The act of driving or bringing cattle together from long distances.
Amazing Words climate livestock occupation buckaroo drover lariatlegend rawhide
climate T he kind of weather that happens in a particular place.
livestock Animals such as cows or chickens that are raised on a farm.
occupation The work that a person does to earn a living.
buckaroo Another name for cowboy or cowhand.
drover Another name for a cowboy who herds droves of cattle along a trail.
lariat Another name for a lasso, or stiff ropes with a sliding loop at one end used for catching horses or cows.
legend A story that has been passed down through the years that many people believe.
rawhide An animal hide that has not been tanned, or made into leather.
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