Rum (disambiguation)

Rum is a distilled alcoholic beverage made from sugarcane by-products such as molasses or sugar cane juice.

Rum may also refer to:

Islam and the Near-Eastern ChristiansEdit

  • Rum (endonym), a term meaning "Romans" historically used by Muslims to refer to the Eastern Roman Empire ("Byzantines") and geographically Asia Minor, the heartland of the Empire, in the Middle Ages as well as being used by the present day Middle-Eastern Christians of the Antiochian Patriarchate and Jerusalem Patriarchate to refer to themselves as Rûm Orthodox, especially by the Arab Orthodox Christians
    • Ar-Rum, translated as "the Romans" or "the Byzantines," the 30th sura of the Qur'an
    • Rumelia, the "land of the Romans", the Balkan provinces of the Ottoman Empire
    • Sultanate of Rûm, a Seljuk sultanate, established on conquered Byzantine territory of Asia Minor from 1077 to 1307
    • Baciyan-i Rum

GeographyEdit

Places named Rum include:

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