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Rando

noun; clipping
a person who is not and will never be an acquaintance, generally someone who is not around long enough to require their given name to be known.
 
Clipping of the word Random (adj) by removing the last letter which changes the part of speech to noun
Etymology : Random (adj) – “having no definite aim or purpose” 1650s, from at random (1560s), “at great speed” (thus, “carelessly, haphazardly”) From Online Etymology Dictionary
Source : Heard in Rice student conversation, September, 2013 Girl 1: “I heard Shelly hooked up with someone at Pub last night, who Girl 2: “Oh I don’t know, just some Rando.”
Last modified: 25 November 2013


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