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Topic: NATIONALITY AND RACE

Date: 1500-1600
Origin: Egyptian

gypsy

noun
     
gyp‧sy also gipsy plural gypsies [countable]
1SAN a member of a group of people originally from India, who traditionally live and travel around in caravans, and who now live all over the world. Most gypsies prefer to be called romanies [↪ traveller]
2 someone who does not like to stay in the same place for a long time
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