Romajikai
Romajikai Ro"ma*ji*ka`i, n. [Jap. r[=o]majikai, Roman character association.] An association, including both Japanese and Europeans, having for its object the changing of the Japanese method of writing by substituting Roman letters for Japanese characters. Laso known as {Hyojun Romajikai}. [Webster 1913 Suppl. +PJC]

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