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Romaic

[ roh-mey-ik ]
/ roʊˈmeɪ ɪk /
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noun
adjective
of or relating to modern Greece, its inhabitants, or their language.
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Origin of Romaic

1800–10; <Greek Rhōmaïkós Roman, equivalent to Rhōma(îos) Roman + -ikos-ic
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British Dictionary definitions for Romaic

Romaic
/ (rəʊˈmeɪɪk) obsolete /

noun
the modern Greek vernacular, esp Demotic
adjective
of or relating to Greek, esp Demotic

Word Origin for Romaic

C19: from Greek Rhōmaikos Roman, with reference to the Eastern Roman Empire
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