noun, plural Rom·a·nis, (especially collectively) Rom·a·ni.
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Origin of Romani
usage note for Romani
Words nearby Romani
Example sentences from the Web for Romani
As soon as she saw the news, Seattle-resident Shon Paramush called her friend Morgan Ahern, a Romani activist.
For Romani people you have these reputations, but what is the counter?
The work itself (Breviarium rerum gestarum populi Romani) is divided into two parts—one geographical, the other historical.
The lightning sprung once more across the sky, and showed me for a brief second the distant marble outline of the Romani vault.
Cognita populi Romani voluntate, Brutus adversus Caesarem conspiravit.
Adiuvantibus recipientibusque eius militibus, Romani in urbem transcenderunt.
I was glad enough to accede to her request, for I was thus able to avoid the Romani vault as a place of interment.