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Roma

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[ roh-mah ]
/ ˈroʊ mɑ /
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noun, plural Ro·mas or (especially collectively) Ro·ma.
Also Rom . a member of the traditionally nomadic Romani-speaking ethnic group that migrated from northern India to Europe in the 14th and 15th centuries, or any of their descendants around the world:Unfortunately, the Roma continue to face discrimination and are subjected to profiling by law enforcement.
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Origin of Roma

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First recorded in 1840–45; from Romani Romá, plural of Rom

usage note for Roma

See gypsy.

Other definitions for Roma (2 of 2)

Roma2
[ raw-mah ]
/ ˈrɔ mɑ /

noun
Italian name of Rome.
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British Dictionary definitions for Roma (1 of 2)

Roma1
/ (ˈroːma) /

noun
the Italian name for Rome

British Dictionary definitions for Roma (2 of 2)

Roma2
/ (ˈrəʊmə) /

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