Romanic

[ roh-man-ik ]
/ roʊˈmæn ɪk /
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adjective

derived from the Romans.

noun

Origin of Romanic

1700–10; < Latin Rōmānicus Roman, equivalent to Rōmān(us) Roman + -icus -ic
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British Dictionary definitions for romanic

Romanic

/ (rəʊˈmænɪk) /

adjective

another word for Roman, Romance
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Word Origin and History for romanic

Romanic


adj.

"pertaining to Rome or the Roman people," 1708, originally in reference to languages descended from Latin, from Latin Romanicus, from Romanus "Roman" (see Roman).

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