A colloquial permutation of the Japanese word rōmaji (lit. "Rome-characters", ie. characters of the Latin/Roman alphabet) typically used by clueless first-year students of Japanese or other such posers to refer to Romanized Japanese.
Could you write that in romanji, please? I can't speak Japanese, but I need to say this to confess my love to this Japanese girl I met.
by Hinikuttarokka September 23, 2008
The way of writing Japanese hiragana/katakana/kanji in a method of the English Alphabet.
1: Nanji desu ka?
2: Don't you realise that's romanji? I have studied Japanese for 15 years- no romanji?
1: Now you have! (Omae wa mou shinderu, psst...)
by OK Studios! September 20, 2022