Lizet Elaine (simplyn2deep) wrote in 1_million_words,
Lizet Elaine
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Word of the Day 01/24/20 Roman

I don't know where my brain was from 10:15 a.m. Friday morning until right now, the early hours of Saturday morning. I meant to put this up right after I did the other one. Can I blame tax season that's just starting? Heh...

This would have been the word of the day for January 24.

Roman (noun)
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
post-Ro·man, adjective
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

See more synonyms on Thesaurus.com

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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