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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Roma may refer to:

  • People
  • As a surname
  • Acronym ROMA
    • ROMA, Representational Oligonucleotide Microarray Analysis, a genomics technology
    • ROMA, (ancient Rome) Latin for: Radix Omnia Malorum Avaritia. (English, The root of all evil is avarice.) A secret criticism of Rome by Christians toward the end of the fourth century C.E.

See also

  • Roma rice, an Italian cultivated variety of rice particularly suitable for risotto
  • Roma tomato, a plum tomato commonly found in supermarkets
  • Tony Roma's, chain restaurant

Travel guide

Up to date as of January 14, 2010

From Wikitravel

There is more than one place called Roma:

Australia

Italy

Sweden

  • Roma (Sweden) - A town in Gotland.


Also see Roma (people) for a guide to where to meet the ethnic group.

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1911 encyclopedia

Up to date as of January 14, 2010

From LoveToKnow 1911

ROMA, a town of Waldegrave county, Queensland, Australia, 318 m. by rail W.N.W. of Brisbane. It is the centre of a rich pastoral and wheat-growing district, in which oranges and vines are largely grown and much wine is produced. The town was incorporated in 1867. Flour-milling is its chief industry. Pop. (1901) of town, 2371; of the district, 7110.


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Wiktionary

Up to date as of January 15, 2010

Definition from Wiktionary, a free dictionary

See also Róma, and roma

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Proper noun

Singular
Roma

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Roma

  1. A subgroup of the Romani people (believed to have originated in India), found primary in Eastern Europe; also known as Gypsies.
  2. An Austronesian language of Indonesia.
  3. A variety of tomato.
  4. A city in Texas on the Rio Grande, pop. (2000) 9,617 (see Roma, Texas in Wikipedia)
  5. A female given name used in the Anglo-Saxon world, associated with the Latin or Italian name of Rome.

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Catalan

Proper noun

Roma

  1. Rome

Related terms

  • romà
  • romànic
  • romanitzar

Italian

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Etymology

From Latin Roma.

Proper noun

Roma f.

  1. Rome
  2. The letter R in the Italian phonetic alphabet

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Latin

Etymology

Unclear. May be of Etruscan origin.

Proper noun

Roma (genitive Rōmae, locative Rōmae); f sg, first declension

  1. Rome
    Ut Roma jugum omnibus terris imponeret.
    That Rome might overcome all countries.
  2. vocative of Rōma

Rōmā

  1. ablative of Rōma
    Venit a Roma.
    He came from Rome.

Inflection

nominative Rōma
genitive Rōmae
dative Rōmae
accusative Rōmam
ablative Rōmā
vocative Rōma
locative Rōmae

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Papiamentu

Proper noun

Roma

  1. Rome

Spanish

Proper noun

Roma

  1. Rome

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Turkish

Proper noun

Roma

  1. Rome (province)

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