Romus

[ roh-muhs ]
/ ˈroʊ məs /

noun Roman Legend.

a son of either Aeneas or Ascanius: sometimes believed to be the founder of Rome.

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Example sentences from the Web for Romus

  • “Avali I dikked your romus kaliko”  (I saw your husband yesterday), remarked some one aside to a girl.

    The Gypsies|Charles G. Leland