Definition of Romas

1. rom [n] - See also: rom



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Romas

romanticist
romanticistic
romanticists
romanticizable
romanticization
romanticizations
romanticize
romanticized
romanticizes
romanticizing
romanticly
romanticness
romantics
romany
romarchite
romas (current term)
romaunce
romaunt
romaunts
rombergism
rombowline
romcom
romcoms
romeite
romekin
romekins
romeldale
romeldales
romeos
romesco

Literary usage of Romas

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Struggling for Ethnic Identity: The Gypsies of Hungary by Gyorgy Feher, Holly Cartner, Lois Whitman (1993)
"The unemployment rate among Hungary's romas is now between 60 and 70 percent ... Where romas comprise a minority, their settlements at least have access to ..."

2. Playing the "Communal Card": Communal Violence and Human Rights by Cynthia G. Brown, Farhad Karim (1995)
"As early as the late 1940s, the Romanian government attempted to control where and how romas lived. By the early 1950s, the government had begun to forcibly ..."

3. Elements of Meteorology: With Questions for Examination, Designed for by John Brocklesby (1848)
"With a kite, eleven feet high and three feet wide, romas obtained in France the most brilliant and astonishing results. In one instance, when the kite was ..."

4. Elements of Meteorology, with Questions for Examination, Designed for by John Brocklesby (1869)
"romas' EXPERIMENT. ISb sooner was this • wonderful discovery made ... With a kite eleven feet hi^ti and three feet wide, romas obtained in France the most ..."

5. Elements of Meteorology: With Questions for Examination, Designed for by John Brocklesby (1851)
"romas' EXPERIMENT. No sooner was this wonderful discovery made known, than men of science were eager to repeat the experiment. 371. RICHMAN'S DEATH. ..."

6. Elements of Meteorology: With Questions for Examination, Designed for by John Brocklesby (1859)
"romas' EXPERIMENT. No sooner was this wonderful discovery made ... With a kite eleven feet high and three feet wide, romas obtained hi France the most ..."

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