Rom·ney noun \ˈräm-nē, ˈrəm-\
: any of a British breed of hardy long-wooled sheep especially adapted to damp or marshy regions and raised for both mutton and wool —called also Romney Marsh
Origin of ROMNEY
Marsh, pasture tract in England
First Known Use: 1837
Rom·ney biographical name \ˈräm-nē, ˈrəm-\
George 1734–1802 Eng. painter
Rom·ney biographical name \ˈräm-nē\
(Willard) Mitt 1947– Am. businessman and polit.
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