The slang terms "cowboy" and "buckaroo" are both derived from what non-English language?

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    The term "cowboy" is a direct translation of the Spanish word "vaquero," referring to an individual who managed cattle while mounted on horseback. "Buckaroo" is an Anglicization of the word. Source: archive.org, buscon.rae.es

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