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Ro·ma·ni·an / rōˈmānēən; roŏ-/ (also Ru·ma·ni·an) • adj. of or relating to Romania or its people or language. • n. 1. a native or national of Romania, or a person of Romanian descent. 2. the language of Romania, a Romance language influenced by the neighboring Slavic languages, also spoken by the majority of the population of Moldova.

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Romanian

Romanian Official language of Romania, spoken by up to 25 million people in Romania, Macedonia, Albania and n Greece. It is a language belonging to the Romance branch of the Indo-European family. Originally written in Cyrillic characters, Romanian has used the Roman alphabet since 1860.

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