Meaning of romal in English:

romal

Pronunciation /rəˈmal/

noun

(also ramole)
US
  • A type of long-handled braided whip or quirt attached to a pair of reins, traditionally used in driving cattle. Now frequently attributive.

Origin

Early 20th century; earliest use found in Perry (Iowa) Daily Chief. From Spanish ramal branch, strand, strip, (in equestrian or animal husbandry use) lash from rama branch, stick + -al.