Rambo

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See also: rambo and RAMBO

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Etymology[edit]

  • The name "Rambo" is of unknown origin. It can be dated back to the 17th-century Swedish immigrant Peter Gunnarsson Rambo.
  • "Rambo" is also the name of an old farm in Vestfold county, Norway ("Rambøe" 1664, "Ramboe" 1723) - and about 65 people in Norway have Rambo as a family name. The Old Norse form of the name might have been *Hrafnabú. The first element is then the genitive plurals of hrafn m. 'raven', and the last element is n. 'farm'. The name was brought to the US by Norwegian settlers.
  • "Rambo" become widely known after John Rambo, a fictional Vietnam War veteran and protagonist of the film series Rambo.

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Rambo

  1. A surname​.

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Rambo (plural Rambos)

  1. (figuratively) One who is reckless, disregards orders, uses violence to solve all problems, and bravely charges headlong into the teeth of the enemy.

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Rambo

  1. A surname​.