Definition of Romanic in English:


Line breaks: Ro|man¦ic
Pronunciation: /rə(ʊ)ˈmanɪk

noun & adjective

Less common term for Romance.
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  • His hopes lie with the Romanic languages, which he likes to think of as ‘a single united language’ capable of forming a mighty counterweight to the loathed language of capitalism.


early 18th century: from Latin Romanicus, from Romanus 'Roman'.

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