I was trying to keep away from the obvious explanation of the letter R in the NATO alphabet, so Google and Wikipedia searches give us:
- A village in Macomb County, Michigan, USA; also towns in Colorado, Florida and Tennessee
- Romeo Santos, an American singer
- Romeo (or Lil Romeo), a rapper – full name Percy Romeo Miller, Jr.
- Romeo or MC Romeo, an English rapper real name Marvin Dawkins (ex So Solid Crew)
- Nicolo Romeo, Italian engineer and founder of Alfa Romeo
- A system for remote control of Mac via Bluetooth and a mobile device
- Various Project Romeos, including one at Loughborough University, UK (Rights MEtadata for Open archiving), and one to develop a robot for people suffering from loss of physical autonomy led by Cap Digital business cluster in Paris, France
- A knowledge management system at University of Western Ontario, Canada
- A crater on the moon
- A class of submarine in the Soviet navy
- A French World War Two Operation
- Plenty of footballers, politicians, reporters, musicians and a cardinal with Romeo as their first or second name
- A Romeo game, based on finding Juliet…
There are numerous variations on the story of Romeo and Juliet. Wikipedia lists at least 45 films, six operas or ballets, and seven plays or musicals, some of which may be included in the film list. Reading the listings reminded me of Romanoff and Juliet, which my theatre group did when I was a teenager. I remember the title fondly, but I remember nothing of the actual play, except for Peter Ustinov being in the film version!