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Rhaeto-Romanic

[ ree-toh-roh-man-ik ]
/ ˌri toʊ roʊˈmæn ɪk /
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noun
a Romance language consisting of Friulian, Tyrolese, Ladin, and the Romansh dialects.
adjective
of or relating to Rhaeto-Romanic.
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Also Rhae·to-Ro·mance, Rhaetian.

Origin of Rhaeto-Romanic

1865–70; Rhaeto- (representing Latin Rhaetus Rhaetian) + Romanic (modeled on German Rätoromanisch)

Words nearby Rhaeto-Romanic

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