See also: 罗马

ChineseEdit

phonetic
trad. (羅馬)
simp. (罗马)

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Italian Roma (Rome) or Latin Roma (Rome).

PronunciationEdit


Proper nounEdit

羅馬

  1. Rome (city)
  2. (Can we verify(+) this sense?) a series of regimes naming after Rome and their inheritors, including:
    1. Short for 羅馬共和國罗马共和国 (Luómǎ Gònghéguó, “Roman Republic”).
    2. Short for 羅馬帝國罗马帝国 (Luómǎ Dìguó, “Roman Empire”).
    3. Short for 東羅馬帝國东罗马帝国 (Dōng-Luómǎ Dìguó, “Eastern Roman Empire”).
    4. Short for 拜占庭帝國拜占庭帝国 (Bàizhàntíng Dìguó, “Byzantine Empire”).
    5. Short for 神聖羅馬帝國神圣罗马帝国 (Shénshèng Luómǎ Dìguó, “Holy Roman Empire”).
    6. Short for 俄羅斯帝國俄罗斯帝国 (Éluósī dìguó, “Russian Empire”). Known as "The Third Rome"
    7. Short for 奧斯曼帝國奥斯曼帝国 (Àosīmàn Dìguó, “Ottoman Empire”). Inheritor of Byzantine Empire, known as "Green Roman Empire" in Chinese Internet community
    8. Short for 蘇維埃聯盟苏维埃联盟 (Sūwéi'āi Liánméng, “USSR”). Inheritor of Russian Empire, known as "Red Roman Empire" in Chinese Internet community

SynonymsEdit

  • (Rome, Roman Empire): (historical, dated) 大秦 (Dàqín)

AdjectiveEdit

羅馬

  1. (attributive) Roman (pertaining to Rome or the Roman empire)

Derived termsEdit


JapaneseEdit

Kanji in this term
ろお
Grade: S

Grade: 2
Irregular

EtymologyEdit

Ateji (当て字), from Chinese 羅馬

Proper nounEdit

羅馬(ローマ) (Rōma

  1. Rare spelling of ローマ.

VietnameseEdit

Hán tự in this term

Proper nounEdit

羅馬

  1. Hán tự form of La Mã (Rome, the Roman Empire).