it is an imaginary story Nowadays this term often refers to an exiting and pleasant love affairs, often not taken seriously
Romance languages are languages such as French, Spanish, and Italian, which come from Latin. Literary form that developed in the aristocratic courts of mid-12th-century France and had its heyday in France and Germany between the mid-12th and mid-13th century in the works of such masters as Chrétien de Troyes and Gottfried von Strassburg. The staple subject matter is chivalric adventure (see chivalry), though love stories and religious allegories are sometimes interwoven. Most romances draw their plots from classical history and legend, Arthurian legend, and the adventures of Charlemagne and his knights. Written in the vernacular, they share a taste for the exotic, the remote, and the miraculous. Lingering echoes of the form can be found in later centuries, as in the Romanticism of the 18th-19th century and today's popular romantic novels
long narrative poems in French about courtly culture and secret love that triumphed in English with poems such as Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and Chaucer's The Knight's Tale and Troilus and Criseyde
tell romantic or exaggerated lies; "This author romanced his trip to an exotic country"
v: Usually used to describe the courting-like behavior sometimes applied by sales people when attracting new clients, the word has an older much more appropriate definition; To write or tell romances; to indulge in extravagant stories
have a love affair with relating to languages derived from Latin; "Romance languages
Romance refers to the actions and feelings of people who are in love, especially behaviour which is very caring or affectionate. He still finds time for romance by cooking candlelit dinners for his girlfriend
talk or behave amorously, without serious intentions; "The guys always try to chat up the new secretaries"; "My husband never flirts with other women"
a term used to describe stories of an idealized existence; a tale of bliss or happiness
A romance is a relationship between two people who are in love with each other but who are not married to each other. After a whirlwind romance the couple announced their engagement in July
A general name for the vernaculars which developed out of popular Latin - French, Provencal, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Romanian, Romansch, with their various dialects
[Need Picture] Romance is an allegorical character that was based on Anjey DeMaso when we first started hanging out The idea was that Romance was like Love only not real or as good She did however have some healing abilities as her presence lead the Emperor to forget his Consort and reclaim the heart she had Romance then stitched the Emperor's chest back up As Anjey's role in my life increased I decided to base a character on her that played a more central role in the narrative, namely the second High Priestess
A species of fictitious writing, originally composed in meter in the Romance dialects, and afterward in prose, such as the tales of the court of Arthur, and of Amadis of Gaul; hence, any fictitious and wonderful tale; a sort of novel, especially one which treats of surprising adventures usually befalling a hero or a heroine; a tale of extravagant adventures, of love, and the like
A short lyric tale set to music; a song or short instrumental piece in ballad style; a romanza
Group of related languages derived from Latin, with nearly 920 million native speakers. The major Romance languages French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, and Romanian are national languages. French is probably the most internationally significant, but Spanish, the official language of 19 American countries and Spain and Equatorial Guinea, has the most speakers. Languages spoken in smaller areas include Catalan, Occitan, Sardinian, and Rhaeto-Romance. The Romance languages began as dialects of Vulgar Latin, which spread during the Roman occupation of Italy, the Iberian Peninsula, Gaul, and the Balkans and developed into separate languages in the 5th-9th centuries. Later, European colonial and commercial contacts spread them to the Americas, Africa, and Asia
[ rO-'man(t)s, r&-; 'rO-" ] (noun.) 14th century. From Middle English romans, roumance Old French romanz, romant Vulgar Latin *romanice.
Cognate to Italian romanzo (“novel, romance”) and romanzo (“Romance (language)”).
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