Definition of Romaji

1. Proper noun. (alternative spelling of romaji) ¹



2. Noun. A representation of Japanese in Latin script. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Romaji

1. a system of transliterating Japanese into the Latin alphabet [n -S]

Romaji Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Romaji

roly-poly
roly-poly pudding
rolypoliness
rolziracetam
rom com
rom coms
romage
romages
romaic
romaika
romaikas
romaine
romaine lettuce
romaines
romaja
romaji (current term)
romajis
romal
romals
roman
roman a clef
roman fleuve
roman font
roman letters
roman print
roman type
roman world
roman à clef
romance
romanced

Literary usage of Romaji

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1. A Bibliography of the Japanese Empire: Being a Classified List of All Books by Friedrich Wenckstern, Léon Pagès (1895)
"romaji kai. A short statement of the aim and method of the romaji kai. ... romaji Zasshi, A Japanese paper [in Roman characters] advocating the adoption of ..."

2. Terry's Japanese Empire by Thomas Philip Terry (1914)
"The romaji alphabet employs 22 of the letters used in English, ... The unabridged dictionary printed in -romaji gives an inkling of the sound of the spoken ..."

3. The Sanitarian by Medico-Legal Society of New York (1903)
"The most deeply-rooted objection to the romaji reform w:as not, ... The adoption of romaji meant only another change, and a change for the better. ..."

4. Japan to America: A Symposium of Papers by Political Leaders and by Naoichi Masaoka, Japan Society (New York, N.Y.) (1914)
"... and no doubt did much good in sowing the seed in the right ground. Unlike its less fortunate sister society, the romaji-Kai under the present name of ..."

5. Japan to America: A Symposium of Papers by Political Leaders and by Japan Society (New York, N.Y.) (1915)
"... and no doubt did much good in sowing the seed in the right ground. Unlike its less fortunate sister society, the romaji-Kai under the present name of ..."

6. Japan to America: A Symposium of Papers by Political Leaders and by Naoichi Masaoka (1915)
"... and no doubt did much good in sowing the seed in the right ground. Unlike its less fortunate sister society, the romaji-Kai under the present name of ..."

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