from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A Gipsy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A gypsy.
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- noun archaic A
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The show takes as its inspiration gypsy tales and music from Central Europe; "zingaro" means gypsy in Spanish and Italian.
W.at of John Joyce's friend W.atherup misnamed W.therup, or Charles W. Poole as "Pooles," or the Zingari cricket club as "zingaro"?
Your old friend the zingaro, the gitano who rode about
Your old friend the zingaro, the gitano who rode about Spain, to say nothing of Galicia, with the Greek Buchini behind him as his squire, had a hand in bringing them about; there are many brave Spaniards connected with the present movement who took Bibles from his hands, and read them and profited by them. "
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