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Romano

[ roh-mah-noh ]
/ roʊˈmɑ noʊ /
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noun (sometimes lowercase)
a hard, light-colored, sharp, Italian cheese, usually made of ewe's milk.
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Also called Romano cheese .

Origin of Romano

1905–10; <Italian: Roman
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British Dictionary definitions for Romano (1 of 2)

Romano1
/ (rəʊˈmɑːnəʊ) /

noun
a hard light-coloured sharp-tasting cheese, similar to Parmesan

British Dictionary definitions for Romano (2 of 2)

Romano2
/ (Italian roˈmaːno) /

noun
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