Etymology 1 n. (context: colloquial) An arbitrary person with whom one has no shared social connection. Etymology 2
a. Pertaining to randonnee or uphill skiing.
Rando may refer to:
- Rando Ayamine (born 1974), manga artist
- Rando (YuYu Hakusho), a fictional character from the anime and manga series YuYu Hakusho
- slang for a random person
Usage examples of "rando".
Sakerson crossed his fingers behind his back and he noticed Rando making an odd warding gesture.
C'mon, Miggy, Rando says his new war starts at twenty-one hundred, and I'm gonna whip that war-ace no matter how long it takes me.
Tilda, who was Trev's mate, was aggressive and went in for tae kwon do with an enthusiasm only Rando matched.
He grinned as Rando arrived, certain that would be one of the first things the war-ace would also do.
His mind made another tangent - would a cinema search break the monotony of Rando winning wars?
A good team complemented each other, like Migonigal and Ella, Cliona and Rando, and Tilda and Trev.
In fact, it soon began to take all Sakerson's free time to keep ahead of Rando on the history tapes to air more and more esoteric slogans and score Rando down.
But Mordred had seasoned in a hurry, and now withstood his first impulse to simply bolt across the bridge into the castle courtyard, changing as he charged, and tearing Rando Thoughtful’s head from his body with the swipe of one barbed leg.
In the blood he tasted the last of Rando Thoughtful’s life…but so little!
But Mordred had seasoned in a hurry, and now withstood his first impulse to simply bolt across the bridge into the castle courtyard, changing as he charged, and tearing Rando Thoughtful's head from his body with the swipe of one barbed leg.
If nothing had occurred by the end of a week, Rando would return and report, as ordered.
It was impressive, certainly, but Rando had parked his ship five miles beyond the sun’s corona, safely out of flare range.
Even as Rando watched, still half-distracted, the bubbling erupted, and a massive tongue of flame shot forth.
In truth, Rando wouldn't have traded his tour on board the cruiser for duty on the bird farm.
Moreover, much as he hated to admit it, Rando drew a fair amount of satisfaction from his interactions with the black-shoe crew.