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C19: from Romany romani (adj) Gypsy, ultimately from Sanskrit domba man of a low caste of musicians, of Dravidian origin
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Word forms: Romanies
1. countable nounA Romany is a member of a race of people who travel from place to place, usually living in caravans, rather than living in one place.2. adjective [usu ADJ n]Romany means related or connected to the Romany people. ⇒ ...the Romany community.
The doctor looked at it and said, `They're Romany signs... or something like that.Holt, Victoria THE BLACK OPALIt was a Romany pendant and it had `Good Fortune "on it in our language.Holt, Victoria THE BLACK OPALWhen a little boycame to Ned, whining for a coin, his mother spoke sharply in Romany from a nearbytent.Keene, Carolyn THE CLUE IN THE OLD ALBUM