Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|an ardent follower, esp. of bullfighting > AFICIONADOS, AFFICIONADOS.
|a dart stuck into bull at bull-fight.
|a person who thrusts in the BANDERILLAS in a bullfight > BANDERILLEROS.
|a fight with a bull.
|one who takes part in a BULLFIGHT, a MATADOR.
|the action involved in a bullfight > BULLFIGHTINGS.
|the arena where a bullfight takes place.
|the wooden barrier in a bullring used for protection > BURLADEROS. [Sp. burlar, to make fun of].
|a matador's performance with his cape.
|the attendants of a matador.
|in Spanish towns, an event in which bulls are driven through the streets of a town to a bull-ring > ENCIERROS.
|a sword, esp. as used by a MATADOR.
|all the work done with the MULETA in the last part of the bullfight.
|the bullfighter who kills the bull in a bullfight.
|a female matador.
|a small cape fixed to a stick used by a matador in a bullfight.
|an interjection expressing approval e.g. of a matador's performance.
|a movement of a matador's cape. [Sp. pase, pass].
|a leisurely stroll; the march of bullfighters into the arena.
|a PICADOR's lance.
|a matador's asistant, a mounted bull-fighter with a lance > PICADORS or PICADORES.
|a 'point of honour': the depth of feeling shown by a matador: PUNDONORES.
|a lance with a wooden handle, used in bullfighting > REJONES.
|a mounted bullfighter who uses REJONES > REJONEADORES.
|a female REJONEADOR.
|the art of bullfighting on horseback using REJONES.
|related to bulls.
|pertaining to bullfights.
|the art of bullfighting.
|an old name for a BULLFIGHTER on horseback.
|a BULLFIGHTER on foot.
|a bull > TOROS.
|the fundamental two-handed cape pass named after St.Veronica.