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Romanus

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Edward M. Forster
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Latin

Etymology

From Rōma (Rome)

Adjective

Rōmānus m. (feminine Rōmāna, neuter Rōmānum); first/second declension

  1. Roman
    Majestas populi Romani revixit.
    The majesty of the people of Rome is restored.
    Civis Romanus sum.
    I am a Roman citizen.

Inflection

Number Singular Plural
Case \ Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative Rōmānus Rōmāna Rōmānum Rōmānī Rōmānae Rōmāna
genitive Rōmānī Rōmānae Rōmānī Rōmānōrum Rōmānārum Rōmānōrum
dative Rōmānō Rōmānae Rōmānō Rōmānīs Rōmānīs Rōmānīs
accusative Rōmānum Rōmānam Rōmānum Rōmānōs Rōmānās Rōmāna
ablative Rōmānō Rōmānā Rōmānō Rōmānīs Rōmānīs Rōmānīs
vocative Rōmāne Rōmāna Rōmānum Rōmānī Rōmānae Rōmāna

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Noun

Rōmānus (genitive Rōmāni); m, second declension

  1. a Roman

Inflection

Second declension (2).

Number Singular Plural
nominative Rōmānus Rōmānī
genitive Rōmānī Rōmānōrum
dative Rōmānō Rōmānīs
accusative Rōmānum Rōmānōs
ablative Rōmānō Rōmānīs
vocative Rōmāne Rōmānī

Proper noun

Rōmānus (genitive Rōmāni); m, second declension

  1. A male given name made famous by a 7th century martyred bishop of Rouen.

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