romaine

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French, from romaine, the feminine of romain ("Roman"), from Latin Romanus

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romaine (uncountable)

  1. Lactuca sativa var. longifolia, a type of lettuce having long crisp leaves forming a slender head.

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Etymology[edit]

Feminine of romain ("Roman") from Latin romanus.

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romaine

  1. feminine form of romain

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