[ US /ɹuˈmeɪniən, ɹuˈmeɪnjən/ ]
  1. a native or inhabitant of Romania
  2. an eastern Romance language spoken in Romania
  1. of or relating to or characteristic of the country of Romania or its people or languages
    Romanian folk music
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How To Use Rumanian In A Sentence

  • Rumanian principalities; Austria opposed this and, in return for this service, the Porte ceded to Austria Upper Moldavia (the present crownland of Bucovina). The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock
  • The Hungarian is on a three-year contract at the Hawthorns unlike Rumanian international Cosmin Contra who came on a year's loan from Athletico Madrid.
  • The Rumanian talent was world number one for a brief spell in the same year.
  • Did l get flak as a Rumanian immigrant?
  • The Rumanian talent was world number one for a brief spell in the same year.
  • The view that it is these clusters that palatalized first is supported by Rumanian data.
  • Latvians hold masquerade 7 parties, and Rumanians sing a carol concerning Emperor Trajan and a bull.
  • The Rumanian music is of a distinct type, but the dances all resemble the Csárdás, with the difference that the quick figures in the Slav and Rumanian dances are much more grotesque and verging on acrobatism. Seeing Europe with Famous Authors, Volume 6 Germany, Austria-Hungary and Switzerland, part 2
  • Even so, not a murmur from any BBC correspondent about the victims' real racial background only that because they held Rumanian passports they were victims of "racialism". The audacity of distraction
  • Agent Donat arrives by parachute, spends a few minutes disguised as a Rumanian peasant, then transforms himself into Tartu, a Rumanian Iron Guardist, reeking with pomade, corny gallantries and devotion to the New Order.
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