Rancho may refer to:

  • Alta California land grants in the 19th century; see Ranchos of California
  • Rancho High School, a North Las Vegas high school
  • Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center
    • Rancho Los Amigos Scale
  • Matra Rancho, an early French leisure activity vehicle
  • Rancho San Joaquin Middle School
  • A brand of shock absorber, manufactured by Tenneco Automotive
  • The name of a character in the Bollywood film 3 Idiots, played by Aamir Khan
  • Rancho carnavalesco ("Carnival ranch") an early type of Brazilian carnival schools

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Santa María Jacatepec - The Municipality
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List Of Primary And Secondary Schools In San Diego - Elementary Schools - Poway Unified
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Rancho Santa Gertrudes
... Rancho Santa Gertrudes was a 21,298-acre (86.19 km2) 1834 Mexican land grant, in present day Los Angeles County, California resulting from a partition of Rancho Los Nietos ... A former site of Nacaugna, the rancho lands included the present day cities of Downey and Santa Fe Springs ...
Abel Stearns - Ranchos
... By 1860, Abel Stearns was the most important land owner in Southern California, and owned Rancho La Habra, Rancho Los Coyotes, Rancho San Juan Cajón de Santa Ana, Rancho Las Bolsas, Rancho La Bolsa ...
San Rafael Hills - History
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