Definition of Romary in English:

Romary

noun

historical
  • Usually more fully "Romary biscuit". A kind of thin water biscuit, frequently served with cheese.

Origin

Early 20th century; earliest use found in Womanhood. From the name of Alfred Romary, the original manufacturer of the biscuit, who set up a bakery in Tunbridge Wells in 1862.

Pronunciation

Romary

/ˈrəʊməri/