Definition of Romic

1. n. A method of notation for all spoken sounds, proposed by Mr. Sweet; -- so called because it is based on the common Roman-letter alphabet. It is like the palæotype of Mr. Ellis in the general plan, but simpler.



Definition of Romic

1. Proper noun. A phonetic alphabet based on the Roman alphabet; a precursor of the International Phonetic Alphabet. ¹

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Medical Definition of Romic

1. A method of notation for all spoken sounds, proposed by Mr. Sweet; so called because it is based on the common Roman-letter alphabet. It is like the palaeotype of Mr. Ellis in the general plan, but simpler. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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