What is another word for LOBO?

Pronunciation: [lˈə͡ʊbə͡ʊ] (IPA)

Lobo is a Spanish word that means wolf. There are several synonyms for this word such as "canis lupus" which is the scientific name for wolf. Other synonyms include "lupine," "wolfish," "howling," and "beast." Lobo is also used in various sayings such as "a wolf in sheep's clothing" to describe someone who is deceitful and crafty, or "cry wolf" which means to give a false alarm or to exaggerate a situation. Wolves have been featured in folktales and legends throughout history, and their symbolism may evoke feelings of strength, ferocity, or danger. Regardless of the context, the word lobo and its synonyms are often used to describe the mighty and fierce wolf.

What are the hypernyms for Lobo?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Lobo

A small rowtie was accordingly pitched; we put on our uniforms, and, mounting again, we had hardly proceeded a hundred yards, when, coming to a sudden turn in the road, we saw displayed before us one of those Eastern scenes which brought back to our memory the days of LOBO and of Bruce.
"A Narrative of Captivity in Abyssinia With Some Account of the Late Emperor Theodore, His Country and People"
Henry Blanc
Old LOBO went right on pullin' down yearlings.
"The Mysterious Rider"
Zane Grey
An', Miss Columbine, I walked old LOBO to death in the snow!"
"The Mysterious Rider"
Zane Grey

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