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EtymologyEdit

From Lithuanian Romuva, a Baltic pagan temple known in mediaeval records as Romowe. The term "Romuva" means "sanctuary" or "adobe of inner peace", from the Baltic root ram-/rām- (peaceful, quiet), ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *(e)remǝ.

Proper nounEdit

Romuva

  1. (religion) a neopagan religion from Lithuania that practices reconstructions of the ancient Baltic polytheistic religion.

Coordinate termsEdit

  • alkas, a Romuva temple
  • darna, the concept of harmony

See alsoEdit