Romaic

noun
Ro·ma·ic | \rō-ˈmā-ik \

Definition of Romaic 

: the modern Greek vernacular

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Romaic adjective

First Known Use of Romaic

1723, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Romaic

Modern Greek Rhōmaiikos, from Greek Rhōmaïkos Roman, from Rhōmē Rome

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romaine

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