Associations to the word «Romeo»
ROMEO, symbol. The letter R in the ICAO spelling alphabet.
ROMEO, proper noun. One of the main characters of William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet.
ROMEO, proper noun. The letter R in the ICAO spelling alphabet.
ROMEO, noun. A boyfriend.
ROMEO, noun. A man who is a great lover or romantic.
ROMEO AND JULIET, proper noun. A pair of lovers, particularly if they are young, visibly enamored, and come from families or groups that are on opposing sides of a dispute.
ROMEO AND JULIET COUPLE, noun. A couple who have married without their parents' consent.
ROMEO AND JULIET COUPLE, noun. By analogy with the two Shakespearean characters, a couple consisting of one member from each of two opposing families, parties, or countries.
ROMEO AND JULIET COUPLES, noun. Plural of Romeo and Juliet couple
ROMEO, noun. An ardent male lover.
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