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ChineseEdit

 
wave; breaker; unrestrained; dissipated
free; unrestrained; inundate
simp. and trad.
(浪漫)

EtymologyEdit

Originally a native Chinese word meaning “unrestrained, indulgent”. Later used as a phono-semantic matching of English romantic, itself derived from French romantique.

PronunciationEdit


AdjectiveEdit

浪漫

  1. romantic
  2. indulgent; unrestrained; at will; wanton
  3. bright-coloured; brilliant
  4. dissolute; debauched; voluptuous

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NounEdit

浪漫 ‎(hiragana ろうまん, romaji rōman)

  1. romance