1. History and Etymology for Muleteer. French muletier, from mulet, mule, from Old French, diminutive of mul mule
Muleteer, Muletier, Mulet, Mule, Mul
2. There was a Muleteer to every donkey and a dozen volunteers beside, and they banged the donkeys with their goad sticks, and pricked them with their spikes, and shouted something that sounded like "Sekki- yah!" and kept up a din and a racket that was worse than Bedlam itself.
3. A pack of ragged Portuguese Muleteers crowded around us, offering their beasts at half a dollar an hour--more rascality to the stranger, for the market price is sixteen cents
Muleteers, More, Market
4. A downloadable Muleteer for Windows Antioquia, 1927
5. What is a Muleteer you ask? a Muleteer is defined as one who drives mules
6. The first Muleteer reference some may recognize is that of another Baca County adventurer, Jack Ratliff
7. 21 rows · The crossword clue Spanish Muleteer
8. ‘The cost for a week of trekking in the park for two hikers - plus a scout, a guide, a Muleteer, and two pack animals (all mandatory) - was roughly $200.’
9. Muleteer (n.) "mule driver," 1530s, from French muletier, from mulet "mule," a diminutive formation replacing Old French mul as the word for "mule" in French (see mule (n.1)).
Muleteer, Mule, Muletier, Mulet, Mul
10. The Muleteers, in charge of the mule caravans, kept the robbers at bay by asking the travellers for protection money before starting off on the journey
Muleteers, Mule, Money
11. 'A photographic scramble through Spain': an image of Spain in Charles Clifford's book Fortunately some Sa-skya Muleteers were returning to their home and we changed our pung-de with theirs.
12. Dictionary entry overview: What does Muleteer mean? • Muleteer (noun) The noun Muleteer has 1 sense:
13. A worker who drives mules Familiarity information: Muleteer used as a noun is very rare.
14. Definition of Muleteer noun in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary
15. Jesus and Juan came up from Mexico to work as Muleteers during California's gold rush.Jesús y Juan vinieron de México para trabajar como arrieros durante la fiebre del oro de California.
16. Muleteer (plural Muleteers) A mule driver
Muleteer, Muleteers, Mule
17. Robinson: This was a tender point with the Muleteer; his honour was wounded when his mules were treated with disrespect, and he would have received a blow, perhaps, with more meekness.
Muleteer, Mules, More, Meekness
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19. Definition of Muleteer noun in Oxford Advanced American Dictionary
20. Translation for 'Muleteer' in the free English-Italian dictionary and many other Italian translations.
21. Margot de Paris Tapestry/Needlepoint Canvas – Greenery in the Muleteer (Verdure au Muletier (XVIII eme Siecle)) The design is printed in full colour on Antique Penelope canvas, and should be worked in half cross stitch with good quality tapestry yarn.
Margot, Muleteer, Muletier
22. (1) While the Muleteer and packhorses beelined for the next camp through the tilled fields, we insisted that the four of us hike along the escarpment for the rest of the journey
23. Synonyms for Muleteer in Free Thesaurus
24. 3 synonyms for Muleteer: mule driver, mule skinner, skinner
25. What are synonyms for Muleteer?
26. Muleteer - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
27. Muleteer definition: a person who drives mules Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
Muleteer, Mules, Meaning
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29. US and Canadian an informal term for Muleteer Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co
30. Translation for 'Muleteer' in the free English-Spanish dictionary and many other Spanish translations.
31. The Muleteer was a son of Adam, I need not say a word more
32. The Muleteer is the general medium of traffic, and the legitimate traverser of the land, crossing the peninsula from the Pyrenees and the Asturias to the Alpuxarras, the Serrania de Ronda, and even to the gates of Gibraltar
33. A cast of the 'Muleteer', a victim of the eruption of Vesuvius which completely covered Pompeii in 79 CE
34. Archaos odos, grunted the Muleteer; it was the Hellenic road that once led from loulis to Karthaia, protected at intervals by towers
35. Archaos odos, gebrummt dem Muleteer; es war travel hellenische Straße, travel einmal von den loulis zu Karthaia führte, geschützt in Abständen durch Aufsätze.
36. A Muleteer can also be known as a muleskinner, a more informal term
Muleteer, Muleskinner, More
37. The Muleteer salsa to the 3 chilies is a very spicy salsa, with a slightly acidic touch because it has the combination of tomato and tomatillo
38. Companions, or rather the madrina,for, according to the Muleteer, she is the chief object ofaffection
39. Maipo Muleteer, Santiago de Chile
40. The Muleteer in I, 3 goes to get water for his animals: "The Muleteer cared nothing for these words [of admonishment by don Quijote]--and it would have been better for him if he had, because it meant caring for his health and well being" (32).
41. Muleteer Summary Photograph shows young Indian man in native dress with hat and leather shoulder bag, holding a rope
42. Muleteer: 1 n a worker who drives mules Synonyms: mule driver , mule skinner , skinner Type of: jack , laborer , labourer , manual laborer someone who works with their hands; someone engaged in …
Muleteer, Mules, Mule, Manual
43. The Muleteer from Picenum now had a large command! Ventidius crushed the Parthian forces in two major battles: the Battle of the Cilician Gates, and a battle at the Amanus Pass
44. Muleteer - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions
45. Principal Translations: Inglés: Español: Muleteer n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc
46. Spanish words for Muleteer include arriero, muletero and mozo de mulas
Muleteer, Muletero, Mozo, Mulas
47. Igualada Muleteer's Museum is located in an area of Igualada that travelers like for its mountain views
Muleteer, Museum, Mountain
48. Staying Near Igualada Muleteer's Museum.
muleteer (noun) · muleteers (plural noun)
muleteer - a worker who drives mules. mule driver, mule skinner, skinner. laborer, labourer, manual laborer, jack - someone who works with their hands; someone engaged in manual labor.
Also found in: Thesaurus . n. A driver of mules. [French muletier, from Old French, from mulet, diminutive of mul, mule; see mule1 .] American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
The term muleskinner means someone who can "skin", or outsmart, a mule. The Spanish word arriero is derived from the verb arrear, which means to urge cattle or other stock to walk. The verb itself is derived from arre, which is the call used to cry out to animals for this purpose.
Typical muleteer outfits vary from country to country: Carriel: Leather bag traditionally made of nutria leather. It is used to carry personal goods and money. It has become an element of the Colombian fashion.