What is another word for Caballero?

Pronunciation: [kˌabɐlˈe͡əɹə͡ʊ] (IPA)

Caballero is a Spanish term that translates to "gentleman" or "knight" in English. It is often associated with chivalry, honor, and courage. Synonyms for caballero include "hidalgo," "noble," "hero," "squire," "lord," and "sir." These terms all denote a sense of respect, dignity, and nobility. In literary works, such as Don Quixote, caballero is used to describe knights who uphold the values of chivalry. In modern times, the term might be used more casually to describe a man who is courteous, respectful, and gallant. Regardless of its usage, the term caballero always connotes a sense of honor and nobility.

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Usage examples for Caballero

And so it happened that now, as the stage swung round a corner, and a horseman suddenly appeared at a point where two roads converged, and was evidently spurring his horse with the intent of coming up with the stage, it was only natural that, even before he was near enough to be identified, the Caballero should already have become a part of the pageant of her mental picture.
"The Girl of the Golden West"
David Belasco
This meeting with the handsome Caballero was the nearest she had come to having one.
"The Girl of the Golden West"
David Belasco
Even before she was able to get a glimpse of his face it did not fail to tell her that the handsome Caballero, with whom she had ridden on that never-to-be-forgotten day on the Monterey road, was standing before her.
"The Girl of the Golden West"
David Belasco

Related words: Caballero's the horseman, Rafael, Jose-Antonio, "Caballero and the Lady"

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