Definitions for wranglerˈræŋ glər
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a cowboy, esp. one in charge of saddle horses.
Category: Common Vocabulary
a person who wrangles or disputes.
Origin of wrangler:
1505–15; wrangle+ -er1; (def. 1) orig. horse-wrangler, prob. partial trans. of MexSp caballerango groom, stable boy, with -erango suggesting wrangler
someone who argues noisily or angrily
horse wrangler, wrangler(noun)
a cowboy who takes care of the saddle horses
Someone who wrangles or quarrels
A cowboy who takes care of saddle horses
A cowboy who takes care of tourists
An animal handler or trainer
a student who has completed the third year of the mathematical tripos with first-class honours
an angry disputant; one who disputes with heat or peevishness
one of those who stand in the first rank of honors in the University of Cambridge, England. They are called, according to their rank, senior wrangler, second wrangler, third wrangler, etc. Cf. Optime
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
name given in Cambridge University to those who have attained the first rank in mathematics, pure and applied, the one who heads the list being known as the Senior Wrangler.