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Americanism, Slang (noun) 1. a woman or girl, generally a tomboy, who mimics a cowboy in dress or mannerisms as in humorous skits 2. the wife or girlfriend of a cowboy 3. a woman who participates in rodeo barrel riding events
The pretty cowgirl won the barrel race.
by Jon64Bailey January 13, 2009
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1.
n. a sexual position (aka cowgirl position) in which the woman sits astride the man.
John and Jane did the cowgirl on their wedding night.
by fizzle April 01, 2004
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2.
A sexual position in which a man is on his back and the partner sits astride his hips, facing him. See "cowgirl position" and "reverse cowgirl."
Mary was aggressive last night: she threw John on the bed and jumped on him, riding him like a cowgirl.
by BGodA August 27, 2005
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Cowgirl is term used for a very exciting position where a women takes control and dominates her male partner. This can be very rewarding.
"Sarah turned cowgirl on him, and she did not hesitate to go at it with great speed as they shared in the moments intensity."
by Knowaboutyourself May 15, 2008
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A female that likes to literally ride up and down a man's penis, or something resembling the male genitalia.
Briana Banks, loves riding the cock, she's a true cow girl.
by youknowit April 11, 2003
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Sex position in which the guy lays on his back while the chick faces him as she sits on his dick and rides him like a stallion Reverse Cow Girl Dyslexic Cow Girl
P-Phat loves the Cow Girl!
by MOCO & P-Phat February 11, 2007
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A female that is everything that you dreamed of. Also, the one woman that you haven't a shot in hell with. Cowgirls are sexy, and can whoop your ass without breaking a nail.
"Being a cowgirl is kinda like being perfect, only harder. Don't try it, you'll hurt yourself."
by ultimate_cowgirl September 20, 2004
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A real southern girl who can ride a horse,can play an acoustic,listens to country and appriciates a good bowl of grits
Wow,shes a real cowgirl!
by Amanda March 30, 2004
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