Grande means "large" or "great" in many of the Romance languages. It can also refer to:

  • Grande, Germany, a municipality in Germany
  • Grande (surname)

and also:

  • Grande-Rivière (disambiguation)
  • Arroio Grande (disambiguation)
  • Boca grande (disambiguation)
  • Campo Grande (disambiguation)
  • El Grande, a German-style board game
  • Loma Grande (disambiguation)
  • Lucida Grande, a humanist sans-serif typeface
  • María Grande, a village and municipality in Entre Ríos Province in northeastern Argentina
  • Mojón Grande, a village and municipality in Misiones Province in northeastern Argentina
  • Playa Grande (disambiguation)
  • Ribeira Grande (disambiguation)
  • Rio Grande (disambiguation)
  • Salto Grande (disambiguation)
  • Valle Grande (disambiguation)
  • Várzea Grande (disambiguation)
  • Villa Grande (disambiguation)
Latin binomial abbreviations for species
  • C. grande
  • G. grande
  • M. grande (disambiguation)
  • O. grande
  • P. grande
  • R. grande
  • Vriesea 'Grande', a hybrids cultivar

Other articles related to "grande":

Bothrops Alternatus - Common Names
... referred to as víbora de la cruz and yarará grande ... Brazil), cruzeira, cruzeiro, jararaca de agosto (Rio Grande do Sul, Lagoa dos Patos region), jararaca rabo-de-porco (Rio Grande do Sul), and urutu ...
Grande Airport
... Grande Airport, (TC LID CFA5), is located near to Grande, Alberta, Canada. ...
Eocene–Oligocene Extinction Event - Grande Coupure
... The Grande Coupure, or "great break" in continuity, with a major European turnover in mammalian fauna about 33.5 Ma, marks the end of the last phase of Eocene assemblages, the Priabonian, and the ... The Grande Coupure is characterized by widespread extinctions and allopatric speciation in small isolated relict populations ... The Grande Coupure marks a break between endemic European faunas before the break and mixed faunas with a strong Asian component afterwards ...
Phantom Shiner
... It was once endemic to the Rio Grande basin and ranged from central New Mexico to southernmost Texas and adjacent Tamaulipas ... Once found in the warm water reaches of the Rio Grande (though never particularly abundant), no specimens have been collected in this range since 1949, and it is believed to be extinct in this area ... The native range of the phantom shiner was the Rio Grande from Espanola downstream to Brownsville, Texas ...