n. & adj.
—n. (pl. -ies)
1 a Gypsy.
2 the Indo-European language of the Gypsies.
1 of or concerning Gypsies.
2 of the Romany language.
Etymology: Romany Romani fem. and pl. of Romano (adj.) (ROM)

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