Definition of romero
: pilot fish 1
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Origin and Etymology of romero
Spanish, literally, pilgrim, alteration of romeo, from Medieval Latin romaeus Byzantine Greek, pilgrim headed for Rome, from Middle Greek rhōmaios, from Greek, Roman, from Rhōmē Rome
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