Romany



noun, plural Romanies.
1.
Gypsy (def 2).
2.
Gypsies collectively.
3.
the Indic language of the Gypsies, its various forms differing greatly because of local influences.
adjective
4.
pertaining to Gypsies, their language, or their customs.
noun
1.
(pl) -nies, -nis

another name for a Gypsy
(as modifier): Romany customs

2.
the language of the Gypsies, belonging to the Indic branch of the Indo-European family, but incorporating extensive borrowings from local European languages. Most of its 250 000 speakers are bilingual. It is extinct in Britain

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