See also: Romans, rómáns, Romāns, and romāns

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romans

  1. second-person singular present indicative of romandre

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romans

  1. plural of roman

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romans m

  1. plural of roman

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romans

  1. masculine plural of roman

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Borrowed from French romance, from Spanish romance, itself probably a borrowing from either Old French romanz or Old Occitan romans, from Vulgar Latin rōmānicē, from Latin rōmānicus. Doublet of romansz.

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romans m inan (diminutive romansik)

  1. amour, love affair, romance, liaison
    Synonyms: flirt, miłostka
  2. (literature) romance novel (story or novel dealing with idealized love, usually with little artistic value)
    Synonyms: romansidło, harlekin
  3. (literature, historical) Ancient Greek novel, romaunt
  4. (music) romance (sentimental ballad)

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  • romans in Wielki słownik języka polskiego, Instytut Języka Polskiego PAN
  • romans in Polish dictionaries at PWN

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romans c

  1. a romance

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For romance in an uncountable sense ("There was romance in the air," etc.), see romantik.

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Declension of romans 
Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative romans romansen romanser romanserna
Genitive romans romansens romansers romansernas

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romans

  1. indefinite genitive singular of roman

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