Origin of Rom
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Origin of ROM
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Examples from the Web for rom
We are left with stalwart genres (action, rom com) and classic roles (prude, seductress, jock, backstory-less best friend).
William will be back flying helicopters on his regular shifts in Wales rom today.
I was watching basketball on TV with my 14-year-old son Jesse, who is a Rom adopted at age 4½ from an orphanage in Bulgaria.
The quality and incapacity of the fallen race is accurately described in Rom.Satan|Lewis Sperry Chafer
It is deeply interesting to the spiritual mind to mark how sedulously the Spirit of God, in Rom.Notes on the Book of Genesis|Charles Henry Mackintosh
The good of many is to be preferred before the good of few, and public good to be valued above private, Rom.A Christian Directory (Part 4 of 4)|Richard Baxter
As sin is the transgression of the law, and where no law is there is no transgression—1 John 3:4, Rom.Tracts on the Sabbath|Various
Give place to others, and in honour prefer others, and seek not to be preferred before them, Rom.A Christian Directory (Part 2 of 4)|Richard Baxter
British Dictionary definitions for rom (1 of 4)
noun plural Roma (ˈrɒmə)
Word Origin for Rom
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n acronym for computing
British Dictionary definitions for rom (3 of 4)
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Word Origin and History for rom
"male gypsy," 1841, see Romany.