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Romance or romantic usually refers to Romance (love), love emphasizing emotion over libido. It may also refer to:
- Hellenistic romance, or Ancient Greek romance, a modern term for the genre of the five surviving Ancient Greek novels
- Romance (heroic literature), a genre of medieval and Renaissance narrative fiction
- Romance (music), a type of ballad or lyrical song
- Romancero, the Spanish tradition of such ballads
- Romance (meter), a metric pattern found particularly in Spanish-language poetry
- Romanticism, or the Romantic period/era, an artistic and intellectual movement in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, including
- Romantic music, the musical style used by Beethoven, Chopin, Brahms, Wagner and other late 18th and 19th-century composers
- Romantic poetry, the poetic style used by Schiller, Blake, Keats, Wordsworth and other late 18th and 19th-century poets
- Romanticism in science, a movement in science during the Romantic period
- Romance novel, genre fiction that focusses on romantic love. For literary fiction romance see Novel
- Romance film, a genre of film of which the central plot focuses on the romantic relationships of the protagonists
- Romantic comedy film, a comic film centered on a romantic relationship
- Romance, Arkansas, U.S.
- Romance, Missouri, U.S.
- Romance, West Virginia U.S.
- Romance, Wisconsin U.S.
- Romance Belgium
- Russian romance, classical art song
- Scandinavian romanser, classical art songs, equivalent to the German Lied.
- The Romantics, an American rock 'n roll band from Detroit
- Romance (Luis Miguel album), 1991
- Romance (Ali Project album), 2006
- Romance (Dave Palmer album), 2006
- Romance (David Cassidy album)
- Romance (Frank Sinatra album), 2004
- Romance (Tubelord album)
- Romantic (album), by The Human League
- Romances, by Luis Miguel
- Romances (Kaada/Patton album), 2004
Songs and works
- "Romance" (guitar piece), also known as "Romance Anónimo", a Spanish instrumental guitar piece of anonymous origin
- Violin Romance No. 1 (Beethoven) in G major, Op. 40, by Ludwig van Beethoven
- Violin Romance No. 2 (Beethoven) in F major, Op. 50, by Ludwig van Beethoven
- Anton Bruckner's Symphony No. 4, known as Romantic
- "Romantic" (song), by Karyn White
- "Romance", a track on the album Light & Shade by Mike Oldfield
- "Romance", a pop waltz written by Gordon Lightfoot and released on his 1983 album Salute.
Film and theater
- Romance (1920 film), silent film, directed by Chester Withey
- Romance (1930 film), starring Greta Garbo
- Romance (1983 film), produced and directed by Ramanand Sagar
- Romance (1999 film), directed by Catherine Breillat
- Romance (play), a play by David Mamet
- The Romantics (film), a 2010 romantic comedy film
- The Romantic (film), a 2009 animated film
- Romance (novel), a 1905 novel by Joseph Conrad
- "Romance" (poem), an 1829 poem by Edgar Allan Poe
- The Romantic, 2003 novel
- Romance languages, a family of languages originating in south-western Europe ("Romantic" is not the adjectival form)
- Romance Standard Time, another name for Central European Time
- Romance of the Three Kingdoms (disambiguation)
- Heroic romance genres
Note: the following entries are arranged in an etymological tree.
- Roma (disambiguation)
- Rome (disambiguation)
- Romanus (disambiguation)
- Romain (disambiguation)
- Romaine (disambiguation)
- Roman (disambiguation)
- Romana (disambiguation)
- Romania (disambiguation)
- Romanization (disambiguation)
- Romano (disambiguation)
- Romansh language
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