romanice

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See also: romanicé

Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

rōmānicus +‎ .

Pronunciation[edit]

Adverb[edit]

rōmānicē (not comparable)

  1. In the Roman manner.
  2. (Medieval Latin) In a Romance language.

Quotations[edit]

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  • a. 1200, Gloss. Sidonius, cited in Middle English dictionary, Robert E Lewis ed., s.v. baille. [1]
    Uallatus circumdatus, quoniam uallum romanice dicitur balie.
    (A walled surrounded [area], because 'wall' in Romance is said 'balie.')
  • 2005, Aelius Nestola, Sallentum Praeromanum et Romanum [2]
    Incrementum populi : numerus enim incolarum Graece loquentium augetur ; aream inter Lupias, Callipolin et Hydruntum sitam incolunt duae gentes : alteri Romanice, alteri Graece loquuntur.
    (Increase of the people: for the number of Greek-speaking inhabitants is increased; two peoples inhabit the area situated between Lupiae, Callipolis, and Hydruntum: one speaks Romance and the other Greek.)

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Verb[edit]

romanice

  1. inflection of romanizar:
    1. first-person singular present subjunctive
    2. third-person singular present subjunctive
    3. third-person singular imperative