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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - A Spanish male Gypsy.

Usage examples (22)
  • Spain where the Spanish word for gypsy, "gitano," is uttered with pride frequently survive in isolated encampments, reviled as beggars and petty thieves.
  • "Did you give the prisoner a hint of our plan?" enquired the gitano.
  • Sonically these forms are more similar: the gitano of the flamenkillo is close in tone to the praiseful wails of the qawwal.
  • In a brief space of time a sensible diminution of the strain warned him that the gitano had found some additional means of support. for more
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