romano etymology

English word romano comes from Latin -anus, Latin Roma, and later Latin romanus (Roman A Roman.)

Detailed word origin of romano

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-anus Latin (lat) Of or pertaining to; -ian; usually indicates a relationship of position, possession, or origin.
Roma Latin (lat) (Ecclesiastical Latin, poetic) The Roman Catholic Church in general.. (Late Latin) Rome and/or Constantinople (the latter as "Nova Roma").. Rome. The Roman Empire per se (as a synecdoche).
romanus Latin (lat) Roman A Roman.
romano Italian (ita) Roman. Roman Catholic Roman.
romano English (eng) A hard, sharp cheese served grated as a garnish.

Words with the same origin as romano

Descendants of -anus
ancient certain chaplain comedian dean figure figured greek magician mean meaning means methane physician politician romance serene soprano sovereign suburban trojan urban veteran villain