1. Relating to ancient Rome or its empire or people.
2. Denoting the alphabet (or any of the letters in it) used for writing Latin, English, and most European languages, developed in ancient Rome.
3. (Of type) of a plain upright kind used in ordinary print, especially as distinguished from italic and Gothic.
4. A citizen or soldier of the ancient Roman Republic or Empire.
5. A Roman Catholic.
6. Roman type.
Plural Noun: Romans
Some of the Roman provinces are very rich.