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Romanization is the representation in the Latin alphabet of a language normally written in another writing system. Some other meanings are as follows:
- Romanization (cultural), the expansion of Roman culture, law, and language
- Latinisation (literature), translation and adaptation of names into the Latin language
- Latinisation (USSR), the Latinization of languages inside the former USSR
- Romanization (religious), the practice of modifying other rites of the Catholic Church to more resemble the Latin (Roman) rite. The proper term is Liturgical Latinisation
- Representation in roman type of formerly italicized foreign words and phrases after they have become assimilated into English
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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