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5.
to be higher than normal
that automobile is rancho
by kH41 August 24, 2004
 
1.
Short for Rancho Cucamonga, CA. In the Inland Empire this is what people call the city of Rancho Cucamonga. Ironically Rancho Cucamonga used to be named only "Cucamonga" with the "Rancho" added in the very late 70's. This decision was made when Cucamonga, Alta Loma and Etiwanda became all one city. But most old timers still insist on calling thier parts of the city by it's former name. With Alta Loma being more prestigous in the 70' and 80's and Etiwanda becoming more prestigous in the 90' and 00's. Cucamonga is considered the least prestigious of the three.
I (we) live in Rancho. Over in Rancho.
by Victoria Princess April 15, 2007
 
2.
Spanish for Ranch. In Mexico a "rancho" is a small town of maybe 20-100 people.
Hey ese! I'm going to the rancho today!
by Thuggish June 21, 2003
 
3.
A area in cupertino, the bay where meth heads still live and asian people are comin...im reppin rancho some people never leave. Pretty much died out in the 80's but some kids are trying to rekindle the flame.
man: Hey where ya from?
boy: ranchorincanada homes
man:sick and im lovin the mullet
boy:rancho for life
by RanchoRat August 29, 2005
 
4.
VERB: - a state of calm relaxation.
- of, or relating to, an unrefined state of Zen relaxation.

the word Rancho is taken from the primitive building complex: the Ranch, where the pace of life is slow and relaxed.

It can also be used as a NOUN: a Marx Brothers inspired descriptive nickname for a person or thing.
Don't get stressed mate, the party is gonna be real RANCHO.
by roid July 28, 2004