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See also: Romer, Römer, and rom'er

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EtymologyEdit

From Old Occitan [Term?], from Vulgar Latin *romārius, alteration of rōs maris, equivalent of Latin rōsmarīnus[1]. Compare Spanish romero.

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romer m (plural romers)

  1. (dialectal) rosemary

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romer m (definite singular romeren, indefinite plural romere, definite plural romerne)

  1. a Roman (native or resident of the Roman Empire)
  2. a Roman (native or resident of the city of Rome)

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romer

  1. indefinite plural of rom