What's the 411? This is where we list everything we know about bullfighting.
You may see some things referring you to the FAQ, which stands for "Frequently
Asked Questions", and is a common term used widely on the internet.We
like to use "411", because everyone knows that it stands
for "information". And if you didn't know..... now you do.
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|What is a Festa? or is it Fiesta?
Bullfighting 101 - FAQ's
Below is a breakdown of terminology
for each style of Bullifghting
- Spanish Style - COMING SOON!
- Portuguese Style - COMING SOON!
|Here's a few simpliefied terms just to get
- Cavaleira - female bullfighter on horseback
- Cavaleiro - male bullfighter on horseback
- Rejoneo/Rejoneador- Spanish male bullfighter
- Rejonea/Rejoneadora - Spanish female bullfighter
- Festa - Festival, Fiesta
- Ganadaria - Bull Ranch
- Ganadero - Bull Rancher raising bulls
- Coudelaria - in Portuguese it means Ranch
- Ranchero / Rancho - Ranch
- Agualva - a small village in Terceira
on the Azores Island
- Azores Island - an island located west
of mainland Portugal
- Obrigado - Thank You in Portuguese
- Muito Obrigado - Thank you very much in
- Gracias - Thank you in Spanish
- Muchos Gracias - Thank you very much in
- Toiros - Bulls
- VTS - Velcro® Tip Spear
- Banderillas - long decorated spear/stick
used in a bullfight
- Bloodless Bullfight - No blood drawn --
Bulls do not get killed
- Cavalos - horses
- Iberian Horses - Lusitanos and Andalusians
/ Baroque style mainly used for bullfighting
- Forcados - a group of 8 men who grab a
- Filarmonica - band who plays beautiful
music at a bullfight
- Matador - in Spanish term means "Killer"
There are three parts to what the Matador does in the arena:
- Capote - Pink/Yellow Cape work
- Banderilla - Long decorated stick/spear
- Muleta - Red Cape work before the final
- Faena - the kill
- Bandarillero - Matador/Cavaleiros helper
on foot in the arena
|Where on your site can I find what you are
|What is 411?
These are the meanings for 3-digit numbers
used in the USA telephone system. For foreigners visiting the
US, these are important numbers to remember.
- "411" - Information / Informacion
Inquire someone's phone or address listing from a live phone
- "611" - Phone Repair
Call this number if you feel that something is wrong with your
phone lines (outside or inside). This is NOT to repair the
- "911" - Emergency / Emergencia
for urgent matters ONLY and dials directly to the nearest Police
dispatching unit available in your area. But remember.....
ONLY use it for extreme emergencies.