Have done with Romaic, in admiring which you are making a great mistake, for it will play you the same trick it did me.
I fear you will injure your Hellenism with this Romaic jargon.
This incident is stereotyped in the ballads and occurs in an example in the Romaic.
The copy has a few errors which I will try to expunge, though I have nearly forgotten my Romaic.
The characters are in cramped Romaic Greek, the paper is yellow, the ink faded with age.
The fate of Phrosine, the fairest of this sacrifice, is the subject of many a Romaic and Arnaout ditty.
In much the same way the modern Greeks try to bring Romaic into line with classical Greek.
In a Romaic ballad the deserted girl, meeting her love on his wedding-day, merely reminds him of old kindness.
He learnt Romaic, he compiled the notes to the second canto of Childe Harold.
The question was spoken in Romaic, a language with which Paul had become familiar by reason of his residence in Corfu.