Definition of Romagnola in US English:

Romagnola

noun

  • 1A female native or inhabitant of the Romagna region.

  • 2Agriculture. A large Italian breed of horned cattle characterized by a silver-grey hide with a white dorsal stripe, originally developed from Podolian cattle as a draught animal but now raised primarily for beef; an animal of this breed.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Recantation. In sense 1 from Italian romagnola, feminine form corresponding to romagnolo.

Pronunciation

Romagnola

/ˌrəʊməˈnjəʊlə/