Related formspro-Ro·ma·ni·an, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for romanian
They refused to pay the Romanian woman, who is six months pregnant, and instead took turns forcefully raping and beating her.
He is recovering in the same small hospital in Vicenza where the Romanian woman has been treated for her injuries.
In the first suit, Romanian model Gabriela Johansson accused Richardson of publishing nude photographs of her without her consent.
The Romanian Army even agreed to commit 40,000 soldiers and 10,000 cavalrymen to use for the battle sequences.
The Romanian version is ciorba de burta, a salty dish of root vegetables.
Romanian sculpture has its origins in the tombstones and other grave markers dating back to the Middle Ages.
The Romanian Orthodox Church was legally accepted as the national church and was supported by the state.
About two-thirds of population belong to Romanian Orthodox Church.
All speak Romanian, and only one-fourth claimed Yiddish as their mother tongue in the 1950s.
One obvious result of the independent status has been the resurgence of Romanian nationalism.