Romance


Romance

Romance or romantic may refer to:
*Romance languages, such as, but not limited to, French, Italian, Portuguese, Catalan, Romanian, and Spanish

;Literature
* Romance (genre), a genre of medieval and renaissance narrative fiction
* Romance novel, a genre of fiction focused on romantic love
**Contemporary romance
**erotic romance novels
**Romance comics
**Paranormal romance
**Historical romance
* Ruritanian romance, adventure tales focusing on imaginary Mid-European and Eastern European countries
* Scientific romance, an archaic name for the science fiction genre
* Planetary romance a genre of science fantasy where adventures are set on another planet
* "Romance" (novel), a 1905 novel by Joseph Conrad
* Men's romantic fiction portraying romantic love from a male point of view
* Romantic poetry, of the Romantic movement in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries
* "Romance" (poem), an 1829 poem by Edgar Allan Poe

;Music
* Romance (music)

;Romantic movement
* Romanticism, an artistic and intellectual movement in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries
** German Romanticism, the dominant cultural movement of much of the nineteenth century in German-speaking countries
** Romantic nationalism, a form of nationalism
** Romantic music, music of the Romantic movement (c. 1815-1910)
** Romance (music), a simple, lyrical piece of music for solo voice or instrument; a common title or subtitle of musical compositions
** Romantic ballet, a period in ballet in the mid-1800s, roughly corresponding with romantic movements in other art forms

;Romantic love
* Romance (love)
** Romantic friendship, in a non-sexual relationship
* Romance film, a film whose plot centers around romantic love
** Romantic comedy
** Romantic comedy film
** Romantic drama film
* Love song

;Romantic personality type
* The Romantic is an Enneatype

;toponyms
* Romance, Arkansas, U.S.
* Romance, Missouri, U.S.
* Romance, Wisconsin U.S.

;titles and proper names
* Anton Bruckner's Symphony No. 4, known as "Romantic"
* "Romantic" (song), by Karyn White
* The Romantics, an American rock 'n roll band from Detroit
* "Romance" (album), a 1991 album from Luis Miguel
* "Romance" (Seldom album), from 2002
*"Romance", a track on the album "Light & Shade" by Mike Oldfield
* Ali Project - Romance, by ALI PROJECT

* "Romance" (1930 film), starring Greta Garbo
* "Romance" (1999 film), directed by Catherine Breillat

ee also

*Romanza (disambiguation)
*Romance of the Three Kingdoms (disambiguation)


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  • romance — [ rɔmɑ̃s ] n. f. • 1719; « poème espagnol » 1599 n. m. ou f.; esp. romance, du provenç. romans → 1. roman ♦ Hist. littér. Aux XVIIIe et XIXe s., Pièce poétique simple, assez populaire, sur un sujet sentimental et attendrissant; plus cour. Musique …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • romance — (Del lat. romanĭce, en románico). 1. adj. Se dice de las lenguas modernas derivadas del latín, como el español, el italiano, el francés, etc. U. t. c. s. m.) 2. m. Idioma español. 3. Novela o libro de caballerías, en prosa o en verso. 4.… …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • Romance — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda El término romance puede hacer referencia a: Lengua romance, idioma perteneciente a la familia lingüística formada por las lenguas descendientes del latín. Romance (métrica), combinación métrica o estrofa originaria… …   Wikipedia Español

  • romance — 1. (ro man s ) adj. f. Il n est usité que dans cette locution : La langue romance, la langue qu on a supposée avoir été intermédiaire entre le latin et les langues modernes, et qui n a pas existé. •   La langue romance commençait à se former,… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • Romance TV — Senderlogo Allgemeine Informationen Empfang: Satellit …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Romance — Ro*mance , n. [OE. romance, romant, romaunt, OF. romanz, romans, romant, roman, F. roman, romance, fr. LL. Romanice in the Roman language, in the vulgar tongue, i. e., in the vulgar language which sprang from Latin, the language of the Romans,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Romance FM — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Romance FM Ciudad Santiago Área de radiodifusión Chile Eslogan La radio de los enamorados Primera emisión 1999 Frecuencia 92.9 MHz en Santiago Formato Operador …   Wikipedia Español

  • Romance — ist der Titel eines Films der französischen Regisseurin Catherine Breillat, siehe Romance XXX ein US amerikanischer Film aus dem Jahr 1930, siehe Romanze (Film) der Titel eines Buches von Joseph Conrad und Ford Madox Ford aus dem Jahre 1903 der… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • romance — adjetivo,sustantivo masculino 1. Área: linguística [Lengua] que procede del latín: El español es una lengua romance. Sus poemas estaban escritos en romance. Actualmente las lenguas romances peninsulares son el catalán, castellano, portugués y… …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • romance — ► NOUN 1) a pleasurable feeling of excitement and wonder associated with love. 2) a love affair. 3) a book or film dealing with love in a sentimental or idealized way. 4) a quality or feeling of mystery, excitement, and remoteness from everyday… …   English terms dictionary