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

Definition of Romanic in English:

noun& adjective

Less common term for Romance.
Example sentences
  • 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.

Origin

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

Words that rhyme with Romanic

aldermanic, botanic, Brahmanic, Britannic, epiphanic, galvanic, Germanic, Hispanic, interoceanic, Koranic, manganic, manic, mechanic, messianic, oceanic, organic, panic, Puranic, satanic, shamanic, talismanic, titanic, transoceanic, tympanic, volcanic

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