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dime novel a cheap paperback novel with much adventure or romance.
italic (cap.) a branch of related Indo-European languages that includes Latin and the modern Romance languages. [1/4 definitions]
Latin the language of ancient Rome, from which the Romance languages are derived. [3/6 definitions]
Latin America collectively, those countries in the Western Hemisphere south of the United States, in which the predominant language is a Romance language, such as Spanish, Portuguese, French, or a Creole.
Romanian the Romance language of Romania. [1/3 definitions]
Romanic of, pertaining to, or designating Romance languages; Romance. [2/3 definitions]
romantic of, pertaining to, or characterized by romance. [1/8 definitions]
Rumanian the Romance language of Rumania; Romanian. [1/3 definitions]
Spanish the Romance language of Spain and Spanish America. [1/3 definitions]
Vulgar Latin the common, spoken language of the ancient Romans, from which the Romance languages developed; popular Latin as distinct from literary Latin.