rommany

Part of speech: noun

A Gipsy.

Part of speech: adjective

Of or pertaining to the Gipsies or their dialect.

Part of speech: noun

The Gipsy dialect.

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Usage examples "rommany":

  1. Truly, the secret of the Rommany has been well kept in England. - "The English Gipsies and Their Language", Charles G. Leland.
  2. So I says to my sister's little boy, speaking Rommany, I says to the little boy who is with us, Run to my son Jasper, and the rest, and tell them to be off, there are hawks abroad. - "Lavengro The Scholar, The Gypsy, The Priest", George Borrow.
  3. I goes broken- hearted- I can't keep you company; ye are no longer Rommany. - "Lavengro The Scholar, The Gypsy, The Priest", George Borrow.