Rome englannista suomeksi
(RQ:Shakespeare Julius Caesar)
1866 December 8, 'Filius Ecclesiæ', ''Notes & Queries'', "Rome:Room", 456 1:
- Within the last thirty weeks I have heard the word Rome pronounced ''Room'' by several old-fashioned people in the north of Ireland, some of my own relations among the number. On remonstrating with one of these, she said, "It was always ''Room'' when I was at school (say about 1830), and I am too old to change it now."
(RQ:Pope Essay on Criticism)
(RQ:Byron Marino Faliero)
1537 January 26, T. Starkey, letter:
(RQ:Shakespeare Henry 6-1)
(RQ:Shakespeare King John)
''le due Rome'', the two Romes
(RQ:Chaucer Workes)|translation=But now I've been sent almost 500,000 paces from the city of Rome; I am without defence, sentenced to exile and death.
(RQ:Chaucer Workes)|translation=There was never a king in Rome after that day, and she was seen there(..)