Definition of lobo in English:

lobo

nounlobos

North American
  • (in the south-western US and Mexico) a timber wolf.

    • ‘Killings threaten lobos in Rocky Mountains’
    • ‘The last of the San Juan lobos - the last wild wolf in Colorado - was killed in 1945, felled by a government wildlife officer within sight of a herd of cattle.’
    • ‘For information on the Mexican gray wolf or lobo, which is not affected by the reclassification proposal, visit Region 2's ‘Mexican Gray Wolf Recovery’ webpage.’
    • ‘‘But where the lobo is and whether it has anything to do with wolfish-ness I do not know,’ Umberto finished.’
    • ‘Near as we can figure it, he's Mexican lobo with German Shepherd thrown in, along with God only knows what else.’

Origin

Mid 19th century from Spanish, from Latin lupus ‘wolf’.

Pronunciation

lobo

/ˈləʊbəʊ/