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  • noun Plural form of rancho.

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Examples

  • All the way from San Diego to Shasta were located the immense ranchoes, more than six hundred in number, ever since celebrated in song and story.

    Starr King in California

  • Shasta were located the immense ranchoes, more than six hundred in number, ever since celebrated in song and story.

    Starr King in California

  • The Holy Week is now approaching, and already Indians are to be seen bringing in the palm-branches and the flowers for the altars, and they are beginning to erect booths and temporary shops, and to make every preparation for the concourse of people who will arrive next Sunday from all the different villages and ranchoes, far and near.

    Life in Mexico, During a Residence of Two Years in That Country

  • The Holy Week is now approaching, and already Indians are to be seen bringing in the palm-branches and the flowers for the altars, and they are beginning to erect booths and temporary shops, and to make every preparation for the concourse of people who will arrive next Sunday from all the different villages and ranchoes, far and near.

    Life in Mexico

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