Examples from the Web for romanic
This word is usually taken to be a Romanic adaptation of the Teutonic word.
“Lot” is in origin a Teutonic word, adopted into Romanic languages.
Both in Middle English and in Romanic poetry we find stanzas with a single rhyme only and stanzas with varied rhymes.A History of English Versification|Jakob Schipper
He had picked up a few sentences of the Romanic, with which he affected to give orders to his Greek servant.Eothen|A. W. Kinglake
There are two dominant races in modern history—the Germanic and the Romanic races.
British Dictionary definitions for romanic
Word Origin and History for romanic
"pertaining to Rome or the Roman people," 1708, originally in reference to languages descended from Latin, from Latin Romanicus, from Romanus "Roman" (see Roman).