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Romany

noun Ro·ma·ny \ˈrä-mə-nē, ˈrō-\

Simple Definition of Romany

  • : the language of the Gypsies

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of Romany

plural

Romanies

also

Romanis

  1. 1 :  gypsy 1

  2. 2 :  the Indo-Aryan language of the Gypsies

Romany

adjective

Variants of romany

also

Romani

\ˈrä-mə-nē, ˈrō-\

Origin and Etymology of romany

Romany romani, feminine of romano, adjective, Gypsy, from rom Gypsy man — more at rom


First Known Use: circa 1812

Rhymes with romany


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