Definition of romanità in English:

romanità

(also romanita)

noun

  • 1Admiration of ancient Roman culture or institutions.

  • 2The spirit or influence of the central Roman authorities of the Roman Catholic Church; acceptance of papal authority or policy.

Origin

1920s; earliest use found in The Observer. From Italian romanità from romano + -ità, probably partly after post-classical Latin Romanitas. With the use in sense 1 compare earlier romanitas, Romanity.

Pronunciation

romanità

/rə(ʊ)ˌmanɪˈtaː/