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roman [ raw-mahn ]
noun, plural ro·mans [raw-mahn]. French.
1. a metrical narrative, especially in medieval French literature.
2. a novel.
OTHER WORDS FROM ROMAN
an·ti-Ro·man, adjective, noun
non-Ro·man, adjective, noun
pre-Ro·man, adjective, noun
pseu·do-Ro·man, adjective, noun
WORDS RELATED TO ROMAN
classic, humanistic, font, academic, attic, Latin, Hellenic, Doric, Greek, scholastic, Ionic, Grecian, case, boldface, italic, agate, pica, bookish, canonical, Augustan
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Many more definitions relating to the city of Rome.
Origin: before 900; < Latin Rōmānus (see Rome, -an); replacing Middle English Romain < Old French < Latin, as above; replacing Old English Roman(e) < Latin, as above
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