Crossword clues for roma
- Fontana di Trevi locale
- Capital and largest city of Italy
- Formerly the capital of the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire
- On the Tiber
- Seat of the Roman Catholic Church
- Home of Citt
- La Citt
- Via del Corso locale
- Ballet by Balanchine
- "Tosca" locale
- "Arrivederci" city
- Where the Tevere flows
- City NW of Napoli
- Cicero's city
- City of the Seven Hills
- City on the Tevere
- Città Eterna
- Locale of "Tosca"
- Locale of the Via Condotti
- Province of Latium
- Villa Borghese site
- Italian capital, to Loren
- Ancient city
- Caesar's urbs
- Trastevere's città
- Where a shamrock is a trifoglio
- Balanchine ballet
- One place to catch a rapido at a stazione
- Eternal City, to Italians
- It bestrides the Tevere
- Carlo Ponti's city
- Respighi's "Pini di ___"
- Papa's see
- City SE of Firenze
- Loren's birthplace
- The Eternal City
- Capitale d'Italia
- City saved by geese
- Il Duce once ruled here
- Where Greeks were enslaved
- City of Italia
- Capital of 20 Across
- Caesar's city
- Scene of "Tosca"
- Home of Octavius
- Piazza del Popolo's locale
- It's on the Tevere
- Capital of Italia
- Ancient capital
- Tevere's city
- Tomato type
- Where the Via del Corso runs
- "Arrivederci ___"
- Alitalia stop
- Piazza di Spagna site
- 1990 World Cup site, locally
- Where the Villa Borghese is
- Colosseo site
- "Touched by an Angel" star Downey
- Basilica Julia site
- Tomato variety
- Capital of 62-Across
- Sophia Loren's birthplace
- Alitalia destination
- Pontifices' home
- Site of the Piazza del Popolo
- Capital south of Venezia
- "La Dolce Vita" setting
- Italia's capital
- Home of Aeropuerto de Fiumicino
- Home of CittГ del Vaticano
- Massenet opera
- Actress Downey
- Il pontefice's home
- Campagna di ___ (geographical region)
- La CittГ Eterna
- City in Italia
- Where "La Dolce Vita" was filmed
- Home of the Galleria Borghese
- Love overseas
- Capital in Europa
- See 52-Down
- Ruler of Gallia and Britannia, once
- Gypsy people
- See 11-Down
- Monte Palatino locale
- Locale of the CittГ del Vaticano
- Egg-shaped tomato
- Oblong tomato
- CittГ about 250 miles SE of 45-Across
- Locale of the sculpture "La Bocca della VeritГ "
Housing Units (2000): 3141
Land area (2000): 2.755413 sq. miles (7.136487 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.133079 sq. miles (0.344672 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 2.888492 sq. miles (7.481159 sq. km)
FIPS code: 63020
Located within: Texas (TX), FIPS 48
Location: 26.406101 N, 99.005644 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 78584
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Roma may refer to:
In ancient Roman religion, Roma was a female deity who personified the city of Rome and more broadly, the Roman state. Her image appears on the base of the column of Antoninus Pius.
Roma, also known as Fellini's Roma, is a 1972 semi-autobiographical, poetic comedy-drama film depicting director Federico Fellini's move from his native Rimini to Rome as a youth.
Roma is formed by a series of loosely connected episodes. The plot is minimal, and the only "character" to develop significantly is Rome herself. Peter Gonzales plays the young Fellini, and the film features mainly unknowns in the cast.
Roma is a 2004 Argentine- Spanish drama film directed by Adolfo Aristarain and starring Juan Diego Botto, Susú Pecoraro and José Sacristán. It won the Silver Condor for Best Film.
Roma is a fictional character featured in numerous Marvel Comics titles. She is the daughter of Merlyn. Roma is the Omniversal Guardian, charged with the safety of the Omniverse. She is assisted in her task by Saturnyne, the Omniversal Majestrix and the Captain Britain Corps.
Roma was the debut studio album by British singer and producer Terry Ronald released in 1991.
Roma is an opera in five acts by Jules Massenet to a French libretto by Henri Cain based on the play Rome vaincue by Alexandre Parodi. It was first performed at the Opéra de Monte Carlo on 17 February 1912.
Roma was the last opera by Massenet to premiere in his lifetime. Three operas were subsequently premiered posthumously: Panurge (1913), Cléopâtre (1914) and Amadis (1922). The piece has not survived into the modern operatic repertoire, but has been revived recently and recorded by the Teatro la Fenice in Venice.
Roma is a unisex given name in many languages, and is the feminine form of the name Roman in some languages. It is also a male given name in Slavic cultures. In Hindu mythology, Roma is an alternate name for Lakshmi, the goddess of prosperity. It is often short for Romany, a name commonly given to girls not of Romany extraction, and rarely given to those of Romany extraction.
Another source is Roma, Italian for Rome, the capital of Italy, and is given in that spirit.
Roma is a historical novel by American author Steven Saylor, first published by St. Martin's Press in 2007. The story follows two ancient Roman families, the Potitii and Pinarii, as members of successive generations bear witness to, as well as participate in, some of Rome's greatest historical events. The epic style is similar to James Michener's historical novels. The story takes Roman myths and intertwines them with historical facts and fictional characters.
Roma was followed in 2010 by a sequel, Empire.
Roma! is an American glam rock group.
Roma's! debut album The Wild Party was produced by David Barratt.
Roma is a station on the Green Line of the Lisbon Metro. The station is located on Avenida de Roma, near the intersection with Av. dos Estados Unidos da América, enabling access to the Roma-Areeiro railway station nearby. The original structure was designed by the architect Denis Gomes with art installations by the painter Maria Keil.
"Roma" is a 2005 song by Swedish pop singer of Iranian origin Cameron Cartio. It is sung in a conlang Cameron Cartio himself made. He took part with the song in the 2005 version of Melodifestivalen in Sweden in a bid to represent Sweden in the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest to be held in Kiev, Ukraine.
In the Melodifestivalen competition, he reached Semi-final 2 which was held on 19 February 2005 in Tipshallen, Växjö and came 4th out of 8 in that phase as a result of televoting, was given a "second chance".
In the "second chance round" held on 6 March 2005, held in Berns, Stockholm, he took part wit 7 other contestants, namely Alcazar, Linda Bengtzing, Josefin Nilsson, Na Na, LaGaylia, Mathias Holmgren and Katrina and the nameless, he was unsuccessful in moving to the Finals round. Martin Stenmarck went on to win the Melodifestivalen competition with his song " Las Vegas".
Usage examples of "roma".
When they don't find us aboard any ship, they will suppose us bound for Orcus, and call Nova Roma for a stat of the most detailed geodetic survey map available.
Most of those coming from Roma are not wealthy, but they are bringing their goods and chattels with them, and all must be considered if we are going to be able to plan for any of them.
Tutta la die se speculava negl' intagli di marmo lequali iaccio intorno Roma.
But, of course, the rumors flew: he was gay, he was straight and married but he'd had an affair with a Roma gypsy, he'd shot a man over another woman, he'd never married and was an alcoholic jazz musician .
But, of course, the rumors flew: he was gay, he was straight and married but he'd had an affair with a Roma gypsy, he'd shot a man over another woman, he'd never married and was an alcoholic jazz musician.
At Rome where he was worshipped as Mars and as Quirinus he had a sacrarium on the Palatine Hill in the Roma Quadrala of Romulus.
Moeniaque in valli formam circumdata labro, Omnia quae magnis operum velut aemula formis Excellunt: nec juncta premit vicinia Romae.
This sum total is composed of 1780 domus, or great houses of 46,602 insuloe, or plebeian habitations, (see Nardini, Roma Antica, l.
The whole region of the Palatine Mount, on which it was built, occupied, at most, a circumference of eleven or twelve thousand feet, (see the Notitia and Victor, in Nardini's Roma Antica.
In the bleak southern lands they discovered a race of naked giantseight feet tall, says Trajanand captured two to bring back to Roma as curiosities.
He was going to do for Sicilia what Augustus had done for the city of Roma itself: make it the wonder of the age.
And what do I know of him, this great Emperor, this Dragon of Roma, this distant ancestor of mine?