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Romano
See also: Romano and Romano-

English

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Etymology

Borrowed from Italian romano ("Roman").

Noun

romano (countable and uncountable, plural romanos)

  1. a hard, sharp cheese served grated as a garnish

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Esperanto

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Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ro'mano/
  • Hyphenation: ro?ma?no
  • Rhymes: -ano

Etymology 1

From French roman.

Noun

romano (accusative singular romanon, plural romanoj, accusative plural romanojn)

  1. novel
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Etymology 2

From Romo +‎ -ano.

Noun

romano (accusative singular romanon, plural romanoj, accusative plural romanojn)

  1. Roman (a native or inhabitant of Rome)

Italian

Etymology 1

From Latin r?m?nus.
Surface analysis: Roma ("Rome") +‎ -ano ("of or pertaining to").

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ro'mano/, [r?o'ma:.n?o]
  • Hyphenation: ro?mà?no

Adjective

romano (feminine singular romana, masculine plural romani, feminine plural romane)

  1. Roman
  2. Roman Catholic

Noun

romano m (plural romani, feminine romana)

  1. Roman

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Etymology 2

From Arabic ?(rumm?n, "pomegranate").

Noun

romano m (plural romani)

  1. weight of a steelyard balance

Kalo Finnish Romani

Noun

romano m

  1. Romani, Gypsy

Latin

Pronunciation

Adjective

r?m?n?

  1. dative/ablative masculine/neuter singular of r?m?nus

Portuguese

Etymology

Borrowed from Latin r?m?nus ("Roman"), from R?ma ("Rome"), corresponding to Roma +‎ -ano. Displaced Old Portuguese romão.

Pronunciation

Adjective

romano m (feminine singular romana, masculine plural romanos, feminine plural romanas, comparable)

  1. Roman (of, from or relating to the city of Rome)
  2. (historical) Roman (of, from or relating to the Ancient Roman civilisation)
  3. (religion) Roman (relating to the Roman Catholic Church)
    Synonym: católico romano

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Noun

romano m (plural romanos, feminine romana, feminine plural romanas)

  1. Roman (a person from the city of Rome)
  2. (historical) Roman (a citizen of ancient Rome)

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Romani

Adjective

romano (feminine romani, plural romane)

  1. Alternative form of rromano ("Romani")

Spanish

Etymology

From Latin r?m?nus.

Pronunciation

Adjective

romano (feminine singular romana, masculine plural romanos, feminine plural romanas)

  1. Roman (from or native to the city or empire of Rome)
  2. Roman (pertaining to Rome or the Romans)

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Noun

romano m (plural romanos, feminine romana, feminine plural romanas)

  1. a Roman

Welsh Romani

Etymology

From Romani rromano.

Adjective

romano m (feminine singular romani, masculine plural romane, comparative romaneder)

  1. gypsy
  2. gypsy-like, congenial, appealing to Gypsy taste
  3. old-fashioned, rustic, picturesque

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References

  • "romane" in Welsh Romani-English Dictionary, ROMLEX - the Romani Lexicon Project, 2000.
  • "romani" in Welsh Romani-English Dictionary, ROMLEX - the Romani Lexicon Project, 2000.
  • "romano" in Welsh Romani-English Dictionary, ROMLEX - the Romani Lexicon Project, 2000.

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