Romanic

  • 1 romanic — ROMÁNIC, Ă, romanici, ce, adj. Care se trage din romani2 (1), care are legătură cu Roma antică sau cu poporul roman2. ♢ Limba romanică = fiecare dintre limbile care au la bază limba latină. ♦ Care se ocupă de limbile derivate din latină. Studii… …

    Dicționar Român

  • 2 Romànic — (Пла де лЭрмита,Испания) Категория отеля: 3 звездочный отель Адрес: Pla de l Ermita de Taüll s/n, 25528 Пла де …

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  • 3 Romanic — Ro*man ic, a. [L. Romanicus. See {Romance}, n.] 1. Of or pertaining to Rome or its people. [1913 Webster] 2. Of or pertaining to any or all of the various languages which, during the Middle Ages, sprung out of the old Roman, or popular form of… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 4 Romanic — pertaining to Rome or the Roman people, 1708, originally in reference to languages descended from Latin, from L. Romanicus, from Romanus Roman (see ROMAN (Cf. Roman)) …

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  • 5 Romanic — [rōman′ik] adj., n. [L Romanicus] ROMANCE …

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  • 6 Romanic — adjective Date: 1708 romance • Romanic noun …

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  • 7 Romanic — /roh man ik/, adj. 1. derived from the Romans. 2. romance1 (def. 12). n. 3. romance1 (def. 8). [1700 10; < L Romanicus Roman, equiv. to Roman(us) ROMAN + icus IC] * * * …

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  • 8 romànic — ro|mà|nic Mot Pla Nom masculí …

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  • 9 románic — adj. m., pl. románici; f. sg. románicã, pl. románice …

    Romanian orthography

  • 10 Romanic — Ro·man·ic || rəʊ mænɪk adj. Roman, pertaining to the Romans; pertaining to the Romance languages, pertaining to the family of languages derived from Latin …

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  • 11 Romanic — [rə(ʊ) manɪk] noun & adjective less common term for Romance …

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  • 12 romanic — a. Romance …

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  • 13 romanic — ro·man·ic …

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  • 14 Romanic — Ro•man•ic [[t]roʊˈmæn ɪk[/t]] adj. 1) peo (esp. formerly) romance 12) 2) peo (esp. formerly) romance 7) • Etymology: 1700–10; < L Rōmānicus of a Roman type =Rōmān(us) Roman+ icus ic …

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  • 15 Romanic — /roʊˈmænɪk/ (say roh manik), /rə / (say ruh ) adjective 1. derived from the Romans. 2. relating to the Romance languages. –noun 3. Romance language. {def. 1 Latin Rōmānicus} …

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  • 16 Romanic — n. & adj. n. = ROMANCE n. 6. adj. 1 a of or relating to Romance. b Romance speaking. 2 descended from the ancient Romans or inheriting aspects of their social or political life. Etymology: L Romanicus (as ROMAN) …

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  • 17 Romanic (1903) — Romanic Le Romanic à Palerme Autres noms New England (1898 1903) Romanic (1903 1912) Scandinavian (1912 1923) Type Paquebot transatlantique …

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  • 18 Romanic (1903) — Romanic p1 Schiffsdaten …

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  • 19 Romanic spelling — Romanic Ro*man ic, a. [L. Romanicus. See {Romance}, n.] 1. Of or pertaining to Rome or its people. [1913 Webster] 2. Of or pertaining to any or all of the various languages which, during the Middle Ages, sprung out of the old Roman, or popular… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 20 Romanic Road — The Romanic Road is a figure eight shaped Holiday Road in Saxony Anhalt, Germany, connecting village churches, monasteries, cathedrals, burghs build between 950 AD 1250, with a North and a South route and Magdeburg as centre. Romanesque… …

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