A Practical Guide to Romániço

Welcome to the Google Sites version of the official guide to Romániço, a simplified planned language based on a delocalized Romance lexicon. It was designed in 1991 to bridge the gap between the schematic and the naturalistic in constructed languages — that is, to combine the easy-to-use grammar of the former with the more rigorously Romance lexicon and orthography of the latter.

On this site, you’ll find everything you need to start using Romániço today.

Click here for some quick random samples.


Alore Dómino Bedivero partiin, et vadin ad la spado, et lene prendin li ad si, et vadin ad la ripo; et ilác ili lighin la cinto circum la manu­­protect­atros, et poste ili jactin la spado maxim fore posíbile aden la acuo; et on brachio et on manuo venin super la acuo et incon­trin la spado, et captin li, et alore sucusin et brandin li tri-vece, et alore desaparin la manuo cum la spado aden la acuo.

Extract from La Morte d’Arthur (1485)
by Thomas Malory