1 a member of a nomadic people originating in northern India and now living on all continents [syn: Gypsy, Gipsy, Romany, Rommany, Bohemian]
2 capital and largest city of Italy; on the Tiber; seat of the Roman Catholic Church; formerly the capital of the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire [syn: Rome, Eternal City, Italian capital, capital of Italy]roma See rom
the Romani people; gypsies
- Hungarian: romák
- Romanian: romi, ţigani
- Russian: cs=Cyrl
EtymologyUnclear. May be of Etruscan origin.
- Ut Roma jugum omnibus terris imponeret.
- That Rome might overcome all countries.
- Venit a Roma.
- He came from Rome.
Roma may refer to:
Science and technology
- Rome, the capital of Italy, its name in Latin, Italian and several other languages
- Ancient Rome, the capital of the ancient Roman Empire
- Roma, Queensland, a town in Australia
- Roma, Ecuador, a town in Ecuador
- Roma, Botoşani, a town in Romania
- Roma, Sweden, a town in Sweden
- Roma, Texas, a town in the United States
- Roma, Lesotho, a town where the National University of Lesotho is situated
- Colonia Roma, a neighbourhood in Mexico City
- Roma (island), an island in Maluku, Indonesia
Roma in Bulgarian: Рома
Roma in Welsh: Roma
Roma in Danish: Roma
Roma in German: Roma
Roma in French: Roma
Roma in Classical Chinese: 羅馬 (釋義)
Roma in Hungarian: Roma (egyértelműsítő lap)
Roma in Dutch: Roma
Roma in Kölsch: Roma (Watt ėßß datt?)
Roma in Russian: Рома
Roma in Simple English: Roma
Roma in Swedish: Roma
Roma in Tagalog: Roma (paglilinaw)
Roma in Thai: โรมา
Roma in Chinese: 罗马