Complete Definition of "Roman"

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English
rank|pleasant|forget|break|863|Roman|wise|watch|equal

Etymology
From OF. Romain < L. Romanus

Pronunciation
rÅmÉn, /ËrÉÊmÉn/, /<tt>"[email protected]@n</tt>/
audio|en-us-Roman.ogg|Audio (US)

Hyphenation: Ro·man

Proper noun
en-proper noun plural Romans

  1. A native or resident of Rome.
  2. A native or resident of the Roman Empire

Translations
trans-top|a native or resident of Rome
Chinese: ç¾é¦¬, ç½é©¬
Dutch: Romein f, Romeinse f
Finnish: roomalainen
French: romain m, romaine f
German: Römer m, Römerin f
Greek: ΡÏÎ¼Î±Î¯Î¿Ï m (Romaios, Romeos)
Italian: romano#Italian|romano m, romana#Italian|romana f
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Korean: ë¡ë§ (Roma)
Spanish: romano#Spanish|romana m, romana#Spanish|romana f
Swedish: romare c
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trans-top|a native or inhabitant of the Roman Empire
Japanese: ã­ã¼ã人 (rÅmajin)
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Adjective
en-adj|-

  1. Of or from Rome.
  2. Of or from the Roman Empire

Translations
trans-top|Of or from Rome
Albanian: Romake
Bulgarian: РимÑка (Rimska)
Catalan: romà, romana f
Chinese: ç¾é¦¬, ç½é©¬ (Luoma)
Croatian: Rimsko
Czech: Åímská
Danish: Romer m, -sk
Dutch: Romeins, Romeinse
Esperanto: Romia
Estonian: rooma
Finnish: roomalainen
French: romain m, romaine f
Frisian: Romein
German: römisch
Greek: ÏÏμαÏκÏÏ m, ÏÏμαÏκή f, ÏÏμαÏÎºÏ n (romaikos, romaiki, romaiko)
Hebrew: ×ר×××ת ()
Hungarian: Római
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Indonesian: Romawi
Italian: romano m, romana f
Japanese: ã­ã¼ãã® (rÅma no)
Korean: ë¡ë§ (roma)
Latin: Romanus m, Romana f, Romanum n
Latvian: Romanum
Lithuanian: Romas
Low Saxon: Römsche, (Germany) röömsch
Luxembourgish: Réimescht
Polish: Rzymski m, Rzymska f, Rzymskie n
Portuguese: Romano
Romanian: roman
Russian: ÑимÑкий m, ÑимÑÐºÐ°Ñ f, ÑимÑкое n (rimskii, rimskaya, rimskoye)
Slovak: Rím
Slovene: Rimski
Spanish: romano m, romana f
Swedish: Romer, Romerska
Waloon: Rominne
Welsh: Ymerodraeth
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trans-top|Of or from the Roman Empire
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Derived terms
<!--Entirely unrelated: *rom, romany, romani
Derived from Rome, not Roman: *Romish
-->

Roman Catholic
Roman Empire
Romanesque
Romanism
Romanist
Roman numeral or roman numeral


Czech
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Proper noun
cs-proper noun|g=m

  1. given name|male||cs:

German
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Noun
Roman m (plural: Romane)

  1. novel (work of fiction)

Proper noun
Roman

  1. given name|male||de:

Polish

Proper noun
Roman

  1. Roman (a male given name)

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