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English

Etymology

English (more accurately, American English, perfected in Washington, DC): Abbreviation for random

Noun

rando

  1. A person who is unknown, unexpected, unanticipated, or generally unbeknownst to the group he/she joins.
    The jogging club anxiously awaited the arrival of a rando, Carol, who quickly became their star member and no longer warranted that label.

Esperanto

Etymology

From German Rand (edge).

Noun

rando (plural: randoj)

  1. edge

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