cimarron [sim-uh-ron, -rohn, -er-uh n; sim-uh-rohn] EXAMPLES|WORD ORIGIN noun bighorn.

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  • Origin of cimarron 1840–50; American Spanish (carnero) cimarrón wild (sheep); Spanish: wild, probably equivalent to cim(a) peak, summit (Latin cȳma spring shoots of a vegetable Greek; see cyme) + -arrón adj. suffix; cf. maroon2 Cimarron [sim-uh-ron, -rohn, -er-uh n; sim-uh-rohn] noun a river flowing E from NE New Mexico to the Arkansas River in Oklahoma. 600 miles (965 km) long. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019 Examples from the Web for cimarron Historical Examples of cimarron

  • In one instance all but two of the women of Cimarron cast their ballots.

    The History of Woman Suffrage, Volume IV


  • The cimarron bear is avoided by the soldiers, if possible, when met by them.

    Three Years on the Plains

    Edmund B. Tuttle

  • The Cimarron flows eastward just south of the Colorado line.

    Early Western Travels 1748-1846, Volume XVI


  • Smith escaped to be afterwards killed on the Cimarron by the Comanches.

    The Romance of the Colorado River

    Frederick S. Dellenbaugh

  • Mr. Masterson sought to dissuade Cimarron Bill from his enterprise.

    The Sunset Trail

    Alfred Henry Lewis

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