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Romani may refer to:
Not to be confused with Romanians, a distinct ethnic group of unrelated origins.
- Romani people, an ethnic group of Northern Indian origin, living dispersed in Europe, the Americas and Asia
- Romani language, any of several Indo-Aryan languages of the Romani people
- Romani society and culture
- Romani cuisine
- The Latin term for the ancient Romans, see Roman citizenship
- The Italian term for inhabitants of Rome
- The Romanian term for Romanians (citizens of Romania), officially written with diacritic â (an upper arrow on top of a) as Români. Sometimes it is written with just as Romani, without a diacritic, but this leads to confusion with a totally unrelated ethnic group, the Romani people.
- Castelli Romani, a group of communes in the province of Rome, Italy
- A surname:
- A given name:
- Romani Rose, the Chair of the Central Council of German Sinti and Roma
- A soubriquet:
- Romani (adventurer), involved in the Affair of the Poisons
- In popular culture:
- Romani, a character in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
- Ludi Romani, a religious festival in ancient Rome
- Romani (grape), another name for the Italian wine grape Trebbiano
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