rancher

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From ranch +‎ -er.

Noun[edit]

rancher (plural ranchers)

  1. A person who operates a ranch.
  2. (US, real estate) A ranch-style house.
    • 1987, E. C. Relph, The Modern Urban Landscape: 1880 to the Present (page 174)
      By the 1960s in North America sprawling ranchers and backsplits with attached garages had become common []
    • 2009, Thomas Collins, How to Invest in Real Estate (page 21)
      We know that if a realtor got a listing for a rancher in the neighborhood of property one: that similar houses there will sell, with some effort, for about $59,000.

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Danish[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From English rancher.

Noun[edit]

rancher c (singular definite rancheren, plural indefinite ranchere or ranchers)

  1. rancher (person who operates a ranch)
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Etymology 2[edit]

See ranch.

Noun[edit]

rancher

  1. plural indefinite of ranch