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Meanings of Romanese:

noun

Rom.

Romanesque

ˌrəʊ.məˈnesk

Meanings of Romanesque:

adjective

Relating to a style of architecture which prevailed in europe c.900–1200, although sometimes dated back to the end of the roman empire (5th century).

Usage examples:

Churches too were built in great numbers, and in great variety although sharing the romanesque styl…
noun

Relating to a style of architecture which prevailed in europe c. 900–1200, although sometimes dated back to the end of the roman empire (5th century).

Meanings of Romanhood:

noun

The condition or fact of being a roman.

Romanian

ruˈmeɪ.ni.ən

Meanings of Romanian:

adjective

Relating to romania or its people or language.

Usage examples:

Your first language is the romanian language, is that correct?
noun

A native or inhabitant of romania, or a person of romanian descent.

Usage examples:

With the help of russia, which defeated the turks, the romanians were given more freedom and grante…

Romanic

rə(ʊ)ˈmanɪk

Meanings of Romanic:

adjective

Relating to or denoting the romance languages.

Usage examples:

His hopes lie with the romanic languages, which he likes to think of as ‘a single united language’ …
noun

The romance languages considered as a group.

Romanies

ˈrəʊ.mə.ni

Meanings of Romanies:

noun

A member of a people originating in south asia and traditionally having an itinerant way of life, living widely dispersed across europe and north and south america and speaking a language that is related to hindi.

Usage examples:

The romani remained an oppressed group
adjective

Relating to or associated with the romani or their culture or language.

Usage examples:

Romani people have a long history

Meanings of Romanish:

adjective

Originally (in old english): †of or relating to rome in its capacity as a centre of authority for the christian church (obsolete). later (frequently depreciative): of, belonging to, characteristic of, or sympathetic towards the roman catholic church; roman catholic.

noun

Romansh rare before 20th century.

Romanism

ˈrəʊmənɪz(ə)m

Meanings of Romanism:

noun

Roman catholicism.

Usage examples:

But he rejoiced to have been ‘persecuted for righteousness sake’ and that, to the glory of god, nea…

Meanings of Romanist:

noun

An expert in or student of roman antiquities or law, or of the romance languages.

Usage examples:

A mixture of doctoral students setting out the direction of their research and established romanist…
adjective

Belonging or adhering to the roman catholic church.

Usage examples:

Most english catholics were more royalist than romanist

Meanings of Romanistic:

adjective

Of, relating to, or of the nature of roman law.

Meanings of Romanite:

noun

Any of several varieties of dessert apple, chiefly late-ripening and with a red skin; (formerly especially) = "rambo". also with distinguishing word.

Meanings of Romanity:

noun

The culture, civilization, way of life, etc., of the ancient romans; the fact of being roman, or of having adopted roman customs or institutions.

Meanings of Romanium:

noun

An aluminium alloy typically containing small amounts of nickel, tin, tungsten, and other metals, and formerly common in bicycle frames.

Romanize

ˈrəʊ.mən.aɪz

Meanings of Romanize:

verb

Bring (a region, people, etc.) under roman influence or authority.

Usage examples:

Romanized buildings

Meanings of Romanizer:

noun

A person who favours or adopts roman catholic practices, doctrines, etc.; (also in the pre-reformation church) a supporter of the influence of rome in church affairs.

Romanizes

ˈrəʊ.mən.aɪz

Meanings of Romanizes:

verb

Bring (a region, people, etc.) under roman influence or authority.

Usage examples:

Romanized buildings

Meanings of Romanly:

adverb

In a roman manner; after the manner of (especially ancient) rome.

Meanings of Romano:

noun

A strong-tasting hard cheese, originally made in italy.

Usage examples:

Use just a touch of extra-flavorful cheeses like parmesan, romano and feta.
combining form

Roman; roman and …

Usage examples:

Romano-british

Romans

ˈrəʊ.mən

Meanings of Romans:

noun

A red or pink south african sea bream.

adjective

Relating to ancient rome or its empire or people.

Usage examples:

A site rich in finds from bronze age and roman settlements

Romansh

rə(ʊ)ˈmanʃ

Meanings of Romansh:

noun

The rhaeto-romance language spoken in the swiss canton of grisons by fewer than 30,000 people. it has several dialects, and is an official language of switzerland.

Usage examples:

Most of the inhabitants speak a german dialect, but french and italian are also recognized as offic…
adjective

Relating to romansh.

Usage examples:

The children of the romansh region learn german or french.

Meanings of Romantic:

adjective

Conducive to or characterized by the expression of love.

Usage examples:

A romantic candlelit dinner
noun

A person with romantic beliefs or attitudes.

Usage examples:

I am an incurable romantic

Meanings of Romantical:

adjective

Romantic.

Meanings of Romanticalism:

noun

Romantic quality or tendency.

Romantically

rəʊˈmæn.tɪ.kəl.i

Meanings of Romantically:

adverb

In a way that relates to love or sexual relationships.

Usage examples:

He becomes romantically involved with the girl from the bank

Meanings of Romanticalness:

noun

The quality or character of being romantic; = romanticness .

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