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caird a travelling tinker; also a tramp or sturdy beggar.
chai (Romany) fem. of chal, a fellow, a person.
chal (Romany) a fellow, a person.
didakai (Romany) an itinerant tinker or scrap-dealer, not a true gypsy.
didakei (Romany) an itinerant tinker or scrap-dealer, not a true gypsy.
diddicoy (Romany) an itinerant tinker or scrap-dealer, not a true gypsy.
didicoi (Romany) an itinerant tinker or scrap-dealer, not a true gypsy.
didicoy (Romany) an itinerant tinker or scrap-dealer, not a true gypsy.
dukkeripen (Romany) fortune-telling.
faw a gypsy.
gadgie (Romany) a fellow.
gadje (Romany) a fellow.
gadjo (Romany) a non-gypsy.
gajo (Romany) a non-gypsy.
gaudgie (Romany) a fellow.
gauje (Romany) a fellow.
gippo a gypsy.
gippy a gypsy.
gipsen (Spenser) a gypsy.
gipsy a Romany, a member of a wandering people of Indian origin, living mainly in Europe and the US; (verb) to live like a gipsy.
gipsydom the world of gypsies.
gitana (Spanish) a female gypsy.
gitano (Spanish) a male gypsy.
gorgio (Romany) a non-gypsy.
gyppie a gypsy.
gyppo a gypsy.
gyppy (Coll.) a gypsy.
gypseian of or pertaining to gypsies.
gypsy a Romany, a member of a wandering people of Indian origin, living mainly in Europe and the US; (verb) to live like a gypsy.
gypsydom the world of the gypsy.
gypsyhood the state of being a gypsy.
gypsyish like a gypsy.
gypsyism the arts and practices or habits of gypsies; deception.
rom a gypsy man.
tsigane (Hungarian) a gypsy.
tzigane (Hungarian) a gypsy.
tzigany (Hungarian) a gypsy.
zigan (Hungarian) a gypsy.
zingano (Ital.) a gypsy.
zingara (Ital.) a (female) gypsy.
zingaro (Ital.) a gypsy.