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Romney

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[ rom-nee, ruhm- ]
/ ˈrɒm ni, ˈrʌm- /
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noun
one of an English breed of hardy sheep, having coarse, long wool.
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Also called Romney Marsh .

Origin of Romney

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Named after a district in southwestern England

Other definitions for Romney (2 of 2)

Romney2
[ rom-nee, ruhm- ]
/ ˈrɒm ni, ˈrʌm- /

noun
George, 1734–1802, English painter.
George, 1907–1995, U.S. businessman and politician: governor of Michigan 1963–69.
former name of New Romney.
a male given name.
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British Dictionary definitions for Romney

Romney
/ (ˈrɒmnɪ, ˈrʌm-) /

noun
George . 1734–1802, English painter, who painted more than 50 portraits of Lady Hamilton in various historical roles
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