Romeward [rohm-werd] ExamplesWord Origin adverb
- to or toward Rome or the Roman Catholic Church.
Origin of Romeward Middle English word dating back to 1300–50; see origin at, Examples from the Web for romeward Historical Examples of romeward
Then they betook themselves Romeward, and many folk prayed well for them.
Translated by Eirikr Magnusson and William Morris
On leaving the garden, we mount our green spectacles, hoist our umbrella, and resolutely set our face homeward and Romeward.
It was expected, however, that this Romeward Movement would arouse intense antipathy.
Helen Archibald Clarke