/roʊˈmænʃ/ (say roh'mansh)

1. a Rhaeto-Romanic language spoken in the Swiss canton Graubünden. It has equal standing with German, French, and Italian as one of the official languages of Switzerland.
2. Rhaeto-Romanic in general.
3. of or relating to Romansh.
Also, Romansch. {Rhaeto-Romanic: Romanic}

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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  • Romansh — or Romansch may refer to: *Romansh language *Romansh people …   Wikipedia

  • Romansh — Rhaeto Romanic, Latin derived language spoken in the Grisons region of eastern Switzerland, 1660s, from Grisons Rumansch, from L.L. Romanice in Vulgar Latin (see ROMANCE (Cf. romance)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Romansh — or Romansch noun Etymology: Romansh romonsch Date: 1663 the Rhaeto Romance dialects spoken in the Grisons, Switzerland …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Romansh — /roh mansh , mahnsh /, n. 1. a group of three Rhaeto Romanic dialects spoken in E Switzerland. Cf. Ladin (def. 2). adj. 2. of or pertaining to Romansh. * * * …   Universalium

  • Romansh — [rə(ʊ) manʃ, mα:nʃ] (also Rumansh) noun the Rhaeto Romance language spoken in the Swiss canton of Grisons, an official language of Switzerland. Origin from Romansh Roman(t)sch, from med. L. romanice in the Romanic manner …   English new terms dictionary

  • Romansh — Romansch UK / US or Romansh UK [rəʊˈmænʃ] / US [roʊˈmɑnʃ] noun [uncountable] one of the official languages of Switzerland …   English dictionary

  • Romansh — n. & adj. (also Rumansh) n. the Rhaeto Romanic dialects, esp. as spoken in the Swiss canton of Grisons. adj. of these dialects. Etymology: Romansh Ruman(t)sch, Roman(t)sch f. med.L romanice (adv.) (as ROMANCE) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Romansh — noun A minority Romance language of Switzerland. Syn: Rhaeto Romance …   Wiktionary

  • Romansh — ISO 639 3 Code : roh ISO 639 2/B Code : roh ISO 639 2/T Code : roh ISO 639 1 Code : rm Scope : Individual Language Type : Living …   Names of Languages ISO 639-3

  • Romansh — n. Rhaeto Romance dialect spoken in Switzerland …   English contemporary dictionary

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