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Roma

[raw-mah] /ˈrɔ mɑ/
noun
1.
Rome.
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  • Rome had the same name in Ancient Times, except that it was spelled Roma.

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  • One little daughter, no bigger than Joseph when I saw her last—Roma.

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  • It was a thrilling moment, and Roma's excitement was intense.

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  • "He must have followed Mr. Rossi," said Roma, and without ado she read the letter.

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  • The Princess Bellini was waiting for Roma when she returned to the drawing-room.

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British Dictionary definitions for Roma

Roma1

/ˈroːma/
noun
1.
the Italian name for Rome

Roma2

/ˈrəʊmə/
noun
1.
  1. another name for Gypsy
  2. (as modifier): Roma gypsy musicians
2.
another name for Romany
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