- Canadian SlangIn British Columbia, an Indian Reserve, specifically its residential section and often specifically the oldest residential neighbourhood of a reserve. Pronounced with a "hard" /ch/ and accent on the last syllable. Derived from Californian Spanish rancheria, the workers' residential village on a rancho.
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Rancherie — (auch Rancheree) ist der kanadische englische Begriff für ein bewohntes Gebiet der First Nations in einem Indianerreservat in der kanadischen Provinz Britisch Kolumbien. Das Wort ist eine Adaption des spanischen Wortes ranchería, das die… … Deutsch Wikipedia
Rancherie — A Rancherie is a First Nations residential area of an Indian Reserve in colloquial English throughout the Canadian province of British Columbia. Originating in an adaptation of ranchería , a Californian term for the residential area of a rancho … Wikipedia
rancherie — /ran cheuh ree/, n. Canadian. 1. an Indian village or settlement, esp. one located on a reserve. 2. any one of the large rectangular cedar buildings erected by Pacific Coast Indians for communal living and ceremonial purposes. [1590 1600, Amer.;… … Useful english dictionary
rancherie — /ran cheuh ree/, n. Canadian. 1. an Indian village or settlement, esp. one located on a reserve. 2. any one of the large rectangular cedar buildings erected by Pacific Coast Indians for communal living and ceremonial purposes. [1590 1600, Amer.;… … Universalium
rancherie — (ran che rie) s. f. Nom des villages des Indiens indépendants, dans l Amérique espagnole, LA PÉROUSE, Voy. t. II, p. 271, dans POUGENS. ÉTYMOLOGIE Esp. ranchería, endroit où se tient un rancho, qui signifie compagnie, communauté de gens qui… … Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré
Ranchería — The Spanish word Ranchería refers to the workers quarters of a rancho , and has become extended into English to mean a native village. In English, it refers to the residential area of a rancho , typically housing aboriginal ranch hands and their… … Wikipedia
Seton Portage, British Columbia — with two fjord style lakes flanking a narrow and very short strip of land between them.There are two First Nations reserves of the Seton Lake First Nation on either end of the Portage, with the intervening area and some of the Anderson Lake… … Wikipedia
Bridge River Indian Band — The Bridge River Indian Band also known as the Nxwísten First Nation, the Xwisten First Nation, and the Bridge River Band, is a First Nations government located in the Central Interior Fraser Canyon region of the Canadian province of British… … Wikipedia
Canadian English — (CanE, en CA) [en CA is the language code for Canadian English , as defined by ISO standards (see ISO 639 1 and ISO 3166 1 alpha 2) and Internet standards (see IETF language tag).] is the variety of English used in Canada. More than 26 million… … Wikipedia
Stanley Park — Infobox park park=Stanley Park image size=350px caption=Aerial view of Stanley Park type=Municipal location=Vancouver coordinates=coord|49.303748|N|123.145237|W size=404.9 hectare (1,000 acre) opened=1888 operator=Vancouver Park Board annual… … Wikipedia