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2Of or relating to the speakers of Rhaeto-Romance languages, or the region they inhabit.
2A person who speaks a Rhaeto-Romance language.
Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Methodist Review. From classical Latin Rhaetus Rhaetian + -o- + Roman, probably after French rhéto-roman, adjective and noun, itself after German Rhäto-Romanisch.
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