a taxicab that is licensed only to pick up passengers on call by telephone, but that often illegally seeks passengers on the street.
A taxicab operating without a taxi license or medallion, or with only a livery license that does not entitle it to pick up passengers on the street: the advent of the latest taxi competitor: the gypsy cab (1970s+)
noun, Nautical. 1. a small capstan moved only by a motor or engine.
[jip-see-hed] /ˈdʒɪp siˌhɛd/ noun, Nautical. 1. a flanged drum on a winch, for winding in lines.
noun 1. a moth, Porthetria dispar, introduced into the U.S. from Europe, the larvae of which feed on the foliage of shade and other trees. noun 1. a variant spelling of gipsy moth
noun 1. either of two scales that often form the basis of Hungarian Gypsy music.