Romanian (Archaic: Roumanian, Rumanian; Romanian: Român) refers to something of or relating to Romania, a country in southeastern Europe.

Romanian may also refer to:

  • Romanians, the people
  • Romanian language
  • Romanian cuisine, traditional foods
  • Romanian (stage), a stage in the Paratethys stratigraphy of Central and Eastern Europe
  • The Romanian newspaper
  • The Romanian: Story of an Obsession, a 2004 novel by Bruce Benderson

Other articles related to "romanian":

Ovid Densusianu
... December 29, 1873, Făgăraş – June 9, 1938, Bucharest) was a Romanian poet, philologist, linguist and folklorist ... He is known for introducing new trends of European modernism into Romanian literature ... of Bucharest, and a member of the Romanian Academy ...
Doina - Etymology
... doinas are about the feeling of "dor" - a Romanian word for "intensely missing" (similar to German Sehnsucht and Portuguese Saudade) ... to the way in which the word "haljina" ("clothing") became "haina" in Romanian ... Most importantly, it is a Romanian word which translates into "shepherd's lament" or "shepherd's longing", which helps explain why doinas can be very melancholy, but have melodies that ...
Oglinda TV - History of The Station - Investigation "serials"
... "mystery deaths", revelations of religious figures and scandals among Romanian celebrities ... OTV became notorious for its investigation into the "mysterious" disappearance of Romanian lawyer Elodia Ghinescu, a subject which was debated for 239 consecutive evenings, termed by the ... Other Romanian TV stations soon launched similar late-night talk shows, in a process called by Diaconescu the "otevisation" of Romania ...
Eastern Romance Languages - Common Features
... Romance languages Vulgar Latin language Substratum Thraco-Roman culture Romanian Moldovan Vlach Grammar Nouns Verbs Numbers Phonology Lexis Regulating bodies Romanian Academy Academy of ... However, most of them are original, see Latin to Romanian sound changes ...
Romance Copula - Romanian
... A fi, fire is the copula in Romanian ... These infinitive forms evolved from the verb, "to make" → fiere → fire → *fir → fi was the passive infinitive of, and so meant "to be made" ...