Meaning and Origin
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Origin and Meaning of Wrangler
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User Submitted Meanings
- A submission from California, U.S. says the name Wrangler means "A ranch hand who takes care of the horses" and is of English origin.
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Webster's Unabridged Dictionary
- An angry disputant; one who disputes with heat or peevishness."Noisy and contentious wranglers." [I. Watts.]
- One of those who stand in the first rank of honors in the University of Cambridge, England. They are called, according to their rank, senior wrangler, second wrangler, third wrangler, etc. Cf. Optime.
Other Dictionary Sources
- A cowboy who takes care of the saddle horses
- Someone who argues noisily or angrily
wrangle + -er
- Someone who wrangles or corrals.
- A cowboy who takes care of saddle horses.
- A cowboy who takes care of tourists.
- An animal handler or trainer.
- (Britain, education, Cambridge University) A student who has completed the third year of the mathematical tripos with first-class honours.