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(verb) To snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.

(noun) The actual act of snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.
"Our team was ahead by 2 touchdowns, but man, we really Romo'd it up. Ah well, we'll get them next time."

"They were ahead, but they pulled a Romo and they're not anymore."
by mcclaymation October 16, 2011
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Pulling a "Romo" is when you or a person you know fails miserably under pressure in a crucial moment and looks like a complete and utter fool afterwards.
Man 1: Dude, did you have sex last night?
Man 2: No man, I pulled a Romo and couldn't get it up.
Man 1: Yeah, you definately got Romo'd.
by Brandon Silbz January 06, 2007
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Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and other mixed martial artists use this term in order to describe homosexuals. A twist on the Portuguese language where every first "R" in a word is pronounced with an "H". The name "Ryan" would be pronounced "Hyan". "Romo"="Homo". Portuguese is a popular language among fighters because of the impact of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in the No Holds Barred fighting world. Just in case you didn't know, Brazilians speak Portuguese.
Man, that dude just grabbed my nuts while we were sparring! He must be a total ROMO.
by espiritu123 February 21, 2005
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|ˈRō-mō| - verb - in U.S. Football, to panic in the face of pressure and throw the ball directly into the hands of of an opposing teammate with such accuracy, one might think the interception was intentional.
Way to Romo that pass, Orton; once again, the Cowboys miss the playoffs.
by PaulH January 05, 2014
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To fail at something that would normally be considered easy to accomplish.
He should have got an A on the exam because he studied so hard, but instead he really romo'ed it.
by NYNikeMike January 16, 2007
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