Definition of Romanic spelling. Meaning of Romanic spelling. Synonyms of Romanic spelling

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Definition of Romanic spelling

Romanic spelling
Romanic Ro*man"ic, a. [L. Romanicus. See Romance, n.] 1. Of or pertaining to Rome or its people. 2. Of or pertaining to any or all of the various languages which, during the Middle Ages, sprung out of the old Roman, or popular form of Latin, as the Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Provencal, etc. 3. Related to the Roman people by descent; -- said especially of races and nations speaking any of the Romanic tongues. Romanic spelling, spelling by means of the letters of the Roman alphabet, as in English; -- contrasted with phonetic spelling.

Meaning of Romanic spelling from wikipedia

- invasions of Slavs were the most thoroughgoing, and they partially reduced the Romanic element in the Balkans. The invasion of the Turks and conquest of Constantinople...
- or Roms) and an adjective, while Romany is also a noun (with the plural Romanies) and an adjective. Both Rom and Romany have been in use in English since...
- spelled Rommany, but more often Romany, while today Romani is the most po****r spelling. Occasionally, the double r spelling (e.g., Rroma, Rromani) mentioned...
- the town has been transcribed into English (and other languages using Romanic scripts) variously as Dharamshala, Dharamsala and, less frequently, Dharmshala...
- to comply with national (or group) ideology Co-existence of competing spelling systems for the same language, ****ociated with different political camps...
- alternative spelling. Other variant spellings in English have included lubrican, leprehaun, and lepreehawn. Some modern Irish books use the spelling lioprachán...
- and Wallonia, there are the Jenische or Yeniche (in German and French spelling, respectively). An early description of this group was published by Johann...
- the town has been transcribed into English (and other languages using Romanic scripts) variously as Dharamshala, Dharamsala and, less frequently, Dharmshala...
- name of the Romansh language of Switzerland. In the Balkans there are Romanic people that have an ethnonym derived from "Rom****", including Aromanians...
- Underworld (Google eBook). University of M****achusetts Press. This book contains a version of The Art of Juggling with modern spelling beginning on page 261...
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