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Synonyms for gypsy

Synonyms for gypsy

a laborer who moves from place to place as demanded by employment

a member of a people with dark skin and hair who speak Romany and who traditionally live by seasonal work and fortunetelling

the Indic language of the Gypsies

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So they went to see these gypsies and handed out B100 cash to each one of them.
We bade him farewell and asked him to be the anchor for his people, the sea gypsies.
What Sidonie discovers, for example, is that all the various aspects of her identity are now erased because a dominant discourse has created a monolithic class of "inferior people": "J'appartiens desormais a un groupe indistinct dans lequel Hitler a classe les Juifs, les Tziganes et les Noirs" |"I now belong to an undifferentiated group within which Hitler has put Jews, Gypsies and Blacks"~ (25).
Carroll (19) shared in the success of Morgan's Gypsie Queen in the opener, followed-up on the Eddie Lynam-trained Riobamba in the maiden and completed a tremendous day on John Hayden's course and distance winner Via Con Dias in the Derrinstown Stud Apprentice Series Handicap, bringing his seasonal tally to an impressive 23.
The Bohs keeper was under pressure from former Gypsie Colin Hawkins but could not keep the ball from crossing the line with the dispute over the identity of the goalscorer eventually settled in favour of Hawkins.
Joanna Morgan, trainer of High Vintage and Gypsie Queen "A lot will depend on the ground.
Oceanos Des Obeaux 7g April Night - Gypsie D'Artois Mike Tuckey 9621P6- RPR 125h, 141c As his record of one win from eight runs over fences last season suggests, he's hard to place.
Owner-breeder Dolores Jones and apprentice Gary Carroll had a day to remember when her homebred Gypsie Queen finished well to defeat newcomer Style Queen in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Maiden.
The gypsies had three of them made and then refused to make the fourth one; that is why Jesus was crucified with three nails.
In respect to Gypsies and the settled "rudari," they assimilated the patterns of the majority population in terms of baptism and burial.
Today, the Gypsies have learned many aspects of Romanian customs, which were incorporated into the present tradition, resulting in a modernized tradition.
This research aims to identify the image of Romanian Gypsies, as it is presented in the local newspapers Curierul Zilei and Argesul Liber in Arges County.